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From data contents to comprehensive information entities

Future Care Platform is

A system for centralizing information

Facilitates the identification of data gaps and information entities that can be complemented with further projects e.g. real-world practice and real-world evidence studies, health economic evaluations and HTAs. Helps to avoid collection of overlapping information.

A system for streamlining operations and distributing information

Platform enhances and streamlines operations by facilitating the distribution of information to dedicated users. Shared platform for relevant stakeholders.

Dynamic, interactive and secure

The content is presented in a visually effective manner and can be updated with agreed time intervals.

Tailored view to chosen indication

Future Care Platform is built to comprehensively describe a chosen indication. Data content is categorized and tailored specifically to our customer’s needs. A typical comprehensive platform structure can include data i.e. in the following categories:

  • Target population
  • Influencers
  • Diagnostics
  • Treatment
  • Follow-up
  • Health economics, Pricing and reimbursement
  • Conclusions and recommendations

Simple to use tag structure makes data sorting easy while information accumulates. Tags are used to indicate when, where and how the data was gathered, enabling our customer to examine specific types of information at once. The tags can be designed specifically to our customer’s needs. The basic minimum tag structure includes:

  • Project ID tag: indicates during which project this information was gathered (further project details can be found by clicking the tag)
  • Data source tag: indicates the type of data source that was used (i.e. “registers & biobanks”, “interview”)

Future Care Platform vs. Traditional Approach

Future Care Platform

  • All relevant information can be found in one place
  • Customer has timely and regularly updated information
  • Different data sources have been comprehensively used and information has been linked to form uniform entities
  • Distribution of information is dynamic and seamless

Traditional approach

  • Information is patchy and to varying degree stored in multiple locations
  • Information expires quickly and there is no guarantee of its validity
  • The use of data sources is limited and data collected from a variety of sources is not combined to create aggregates
  • Information remains within a small group and its distribution is random

Service process

Future Care Platform: Service Process

Benefits to stakeholders across organizational barriers

Future Care Platform: Benefits to Stakeholders

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