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In today’s newsletter you can read all about our latest website enhancements, updated tutorial videos, new profiles recently added, and a special spring subscription offer Click here to read more!

We have presented posters giving examples of how B.R.I.D.G.E. can be used in research studies. Review some of our presentations from ICPE, ACPE, ISPOR, ASCPT and other scientific meetings on our presentations page.

The Inovalon Medical Outcomes Research for Effectiveness and Economics Registry (MORE² Registry®) is a data warehouse that empowers informed insight into national and regional healthcare trends, such as hospital utilization, medication adherence, chronic disease prevalence, and treatment effectiveness.

Features of this online resource describing population healthcare databases include:

- Searching by keyword / criteria

- Comparing and reviewing results

- Saving & exporting search results

View our updated tutorials on How to Conduct a Search and How to Create a Collection. When finished, use the How to Sign Up tutorial if you need help with subscribing.

Visit our alphabetical listing and map listing to browse them all. Know of others we can profile? Feel free to send us a list (and contacts if any).

We are happy to announce four new IQVIA profiles in our resource, including from 3 more countries!

Cerner Enviza's Auditron (Brazil) comprises of oncology patients with information regarding chemotherapy, target therapy, and radiotherapy claims since 2003. Auditron is fed by the private health insurances with anonymized patients’ information regarding diagnosis (histology, staging and mutations), treatment (including chemotherapy / systemic regimens, treatment duration, doses, cycles), and epidemiology data.

Send them a link to our latest tri-fold brochure which (1) lists the reasons why they should consider subscribing to our resource, (2) a summary of what’s included as part of their special access, (3) a complete list of the 45 countries we have database profiles and registries from, (4) along wit