Patient Reported Outcomes Within Patient-Focused Programs
This article was originally published in RPM Report
Patient contact programs have an evolving role for drug companies. Originally designed to ameliorate reimbursement and access issues, they are now assuming a new importance in coverage and product selection. They offer a valuable, existing structure for collecting information on the crucial variable -- patient response.
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