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Our research consultants have decades of experience in PRO measurement across diverse therapeutic conditions. We work closely with pharmaceutical, medical device and healthcare organizations on data measurement that aligns with regulatory recommendations in the U.S. and other geographies. Our scientifically led approach includes the analysis of any PRO measure, the burden of illness, and treatment effectiveness.Scientific Consulting
QualityMetric’s eCOA platform is a robust data collection, scoring and reporting portal. It can be custom tailored with the features and functionality needed to securely and accurately capture data from patients, clinicians or caregivers. Our scientists combine health outcomes expertise with our technology platform to identify the right measurement concepts for collecting the most insightful and patient-centric evidence.COA Solutions & Licensing Services
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QualityMetric’s Short Form family of generic health surveys – in particular the SF-36v2® and SF-12v2® Health Surveys – includes the most widely used and cited PROs in the world. Designed for use across the product lifecycle, they are an efficient, scientifically valid way of evaluating safety and efficacy, real world evidence through product performance, and post authorization safety surveillance; and they support post-launch direct-to-consumer (DTC) marketing and disease management.
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