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Patient Definition checklist

On September 23, 2018, Tags Epiomic Database, Population, Forecasting, Epidemiology

Checklist

Preparing epidemiology data for use in a forecast model - do you know your target population?

Use our guide to check your thinking.

Identifying patient segment(s):

Image result for ticked box    Do you know the indication for the product in sufficient detail for a forecast?

Image result for ticked box    Are there specific inclusion or exclusion criteria mentioned in the label?

Image result for ticked box    Are these mentioning specific comorbidities (e.g. diabetes, atrial fibrillation, COPD etc)

Image result for ticked box    Are these mentioning specific clinical parameters? (e.g. blood pressure, kidney function, ejection fraction?)

Image result for ticked box    Are these mentioning specific drug interactions / contra-indications with other medications? (e.g. anti-fungals, statins, ace inhibitors etc)

Image result for ticked box    Are there any age or gender exclusions mentioned? (e.g. not suitable for women of child bearing age or under 12 year so of age?)

Image result for ticked box    Does the label mention restriction to populations treated with specific prior drug treatments or specific line of therapy, or those refractory to certain treatment options?

Suitable epidemiology sources:

Image result for ticked box    Do you have a suitable source to go to for epidemiology data?

Image result for ticked box    Does the source have data for the head-line epidemiology in a suitable format?

Image result for ticked box    Does the epidemiology data set extend across the time period needed for the forecast model?

Image result for ticked box    Does the data set include parameters / subpopulations that allow suitable identification of patients to align with the label indication?

Robustness and data quality:

Image result for ticked box    Are key sources listed and documented?

Image result for ticked box    Has the data been based on country specific sources or extrapolated from another country?

Image result for ticked box    What methodology was used to construct the dataset?

Image result for ticked box    How was the data projected for the forecast period?

Image result for ticked box    Have impacts of medications / vaccinations / diagnostics been included in the data set? (where relevant)

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