Use existing medical claims data to provide scientific results in a fraction of the time.
Randomized controlled trials and other prospective data collection methods provide valuable data, but they are costly and time-consuming. A properly executed analysis of large-scale administrative and claims databases provides scientifically valid results in a fraction of the time and at substantially lower cost than prospective data analysis that answers the same question.
In a short time, you can obtain
- Head-to-head comparisons between groups of patients treated with competing interventions
- Scope and size of the market for new interventions or extensions of existing products
- Adverse effects of available products
- Progress of certain products or services into the medical marketplace
- Variations in utilization of products and services by geography, specialty, patient demography, or diagnosis
- Health care services that are systematically under-reimbursed by payers