Our team can process all the data gathered through PMS activities whether it relates to quality complaints, ICSRs or literature articles. We have a multidisciplinary team to ensure quality assessment of information and in a timely manner.
Data processing plays a crucial role in post-market surveillance of medicine. It involves the collection, analysis, and interpretation of data on the safety and effectiveness of a medicine after it has been approved and made available to the public. This information is used to identify potential risks or problems with the medicine, and to make decisions about its continued use. Data sources for post-market surveillance can include reports from healthcare providers, patients, and manufacturers, as well as data from clinical trials and observational studies. Advanced analytics techniques, such as machine learning, are increasingly being used to analyze large and complex data sets to identify patterns and trends that may not be apparent through traditional methods. Overall, data processing is essential for ensuring the safe and effective use of medicine, and for protecting public health.