FDA Data-Standards Landslide: CDISC’s Model Wins Docket Comment Contest
This article was originally published in The Pink Sheet Daily
Overwhelming number of stakeholders urge FDA to choose the Clinical Data Interchange Standards Consortium’s Operational Data Model instead of the competing Health Level 7 standard for clinical data submissions.
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