The AACR Project Genomics, Evidence, Neoplasia, Information, Exchange (GENIE) is a multiphase, multi-year, international data-sharing project launched in November 2015. It aims to catalyze precision cancer medicine. The goal of the GENIE platform is to integrate and link clinical-grade cancer genomic data with clinical outcome data for tens of thousands of cancer patients.
We are here at Booth #32 in Prague at the International Conference on Pharmacoepidemiology. Stop by for a demo and conduct your own search!
View our latest newsletter announcing B.R.I.D.G.E. TO DATA® capabilities at the 34th International Conference on Pharmacoepidemiology & Therapeutic Risk Management.
If you will be attending, stop by booth #32 for a demo and conduct your own search!
The Spanish Rare Diseases Patient Registry [Registro Nacional de Enfermedades Raras] is a registry of national scope which collects information on all persons diagnosed with any disease considered to be rare or of low prevalence. The objectives of the registry are to:
- Provide necessary information to contribute to the development of new treatments and to the prevention, diagnosis, prognosis and quality of life of rare disease patients and their families;
CancerMPact® is an international cancer registry that includes published epidemiology studies in the USA, Japan, and Western Europe. Cancer patient data are obtained from clinician surveys. This resource is composed of web-based integrated modules: Patient Metrics (Patient Metrics – G7, Patient Metrics – China, Patient Metrics – Expanded Markets and Biomarker Analysis) and Treatment Practices and Evolution (Treatment Architecture and Future Trends and Insights).
IQVIA Oncology Dynamics, formerly QuintilesIMS Oncology Dynamics, is a market research tool that has been designed to monitor various cancer treatments and therapies. It segments patients by indication, stage, and line of therapy to provide an understanding of patient pathways, prescribers, products, prescribing initiation and treatment practice patterns.
The full portfolio is a global database comprising patient records spanning nine (9) countries; each country has a separate profile in our resource.
Since 1950, the National Institute for Health and Welfare Finland (THL) Register of Induced Abortions monitors and develops measures to promote the health and well-being of the population of Finland. Among other things, data include information on grounds for abortion - since 1955. Starting 1958, information is available on patient’s marital status, age, number of births and the number of procedures performed in each province.
We were pleased to meet you all and hope you enjoyed your chance to conduct your own database search with B.R.I.D.G.E. TO DATA®. Don’t forget we are offering ISPE members a 10% discount for signing up by September 30, 2017*.
We are pleased to include the Department of Defense (DoD) Military Health Services (MHS) Electronic Health Records Database profile into B.R.I.D.G.E. This database encompasses ~40-50 Million uniformed service members, retirees, and their family members across all states, territories, and regions of the US from 1990 through the present. There are ~10 Million active beneficiaries, and the database population is demographically similar to most US healthcare systems.