With medical literature, it’s not only important to access the information from the tens of thousands of global sources, but to understand the historical context as well.
The findings of real-world evidence studies sometimes contradicts the results of randomized clinical trials. This raises the question of how to reconcile the two.
Conference literature — the papers and abstracts stemming from professional meetings in science and other academic fields — is becoming increasingly important in academia; the short publication cycle allows a real-time look at modern trends and new insights in the scientific world
From Headquarters to Field Medical teams, accessing current data and metrics that matter is allowing Medical Affairs to make data-based decisions more efficiently and more accurately than ever before
Sorting through the vast increase in Real World Evidence has become an overwhelming task — physicians, payers, and healthcare providers are struggling with data overload.