The value of your data may be greater than you think. Unexplored clinical trial or observational data may contain a goldmine of information to support your asset. You can develop insights into the patient experience by linking patient-reported outcomes with clinician-reported outcomes. It's possible to examine if and why treatment responses vary over time and/or across disease subtypes. Or you can determine if your missing data has a hidden meaning. Our statisticians can help you by applying statistical analysis methods to support your outcomes research, health economics, and epidemiology and safety activities.

Our team offers a strategic focus to help you plan analyses that can further differentiate your product. We are uniquely positioned to offer expertise in clinical trials combined with broad experience across an array of real-world evidence data sources including observational studies, registries, and patient reporting. Our biostatisticians are well-versed in applying innovative statistical methods to individual or pooled clinical trial data and to account for confounding in observational data—creating more opportunities to get the most value out of your study, whether exploratory or pre-specified. We can provide you with full-service or as-needed statistical assistance, including:

  • Study concept and design consulting
  • Comprehensive data analysis, including exploratory data analysis
  • Interpretation of results
  • Support for scientific presentations and publications

And each step will be delivered with the rigor and quality you expect and can count on.

Additionally, owing to the unique RTI-HS organizational structure, our biostatisticians collaborate with some of the foremost experts in clinical and medical services, pharmacoepidemiology, health economics, surveys and observational studies, patient-centered outcomes assessment, and health preference assessment. Our multi-disciplinary team will ensure that your study combines proper rigor with flexible, innovative analytical approaches needed today for ever-broadening sources of available data.

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