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Surveying the Landscape for Active Surveillance

This article was originally published in RPM Report

Executive Summary

The transition away from spontaneous adverse event reporting systems to real-time active surveillance is under way, but far from complete. Alan Goldhammer, the former head of regulatory affairs at the Pharmaceutical Research & Manufacturers of America trade association, surveys the landscape of active surveillance activities.

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