An observational study is a type of study in which individuals are observed and certain outcomes are measured. no attempt is made to affect the outcome. They may be performed to obtain real life data (resource use, utility data etc.) to populate cost-effectiveness models, or as a stand-alone piece of research
Observational studies are also increasingly requested by reimbursement authorities to validate the cost-effectiveness and budget impact models (“revision dossiers”)
Our team has experts who have set up patient registers, collected long-term observational studies on stroke and cerebro-vascular diseases. Currently we are signing a partnership agreement with one of the biggest medical schools in Europe to cooperate on health services research cerebro-vascular diseases and clinical data management in general
Deloitte owns a large data on patient level claims data in the US
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