Gathering and analyzing patient experience data in a real-world setting is a key challenge for many

By Danélia Botes

January 18, 2023

Gathering and analyzing patient experience data in a real-world setting is a key challenge for many. To explore this further, ISPOR in Vienna held a second plenary panel featuring experts in the field. What did they discuss?

The panel discussed the importance of rigor in choosing, implementing, and analyzing patient experience data in non-randomized, uncontrolled study designs. Dr. Burgos spoke about the Darwin EU initiative and the importance of stakeholder engagement and capacity building to facilitate patient experience data collection. Professor Devlin discussed the implementation of patient-reported outcome data capture and the PROMs initiatives in the UK, Canada, and New Zealand. Dr. Perfetto spoke about the Core Impact initiative in the US, which standardizes patient experience data collection and the use of core outcome sets.

The panel highlighted the need for further guidance and collaboration with stakeholders to ensure patient experience data is used to inform regulatory decision-making.

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