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Uncovering the Cost of Up to 5 Years After Initial Osteoporosis-Related FractureWednesday, August 25, 2021, at 3:00 p.m. ET
Andrea Singer, M.D., FACP, CCD, Chief Medical Officer, National Osteoporosis Foundation and Chief, Women’s Primary Care and Director, Bone Densitometry and Fracture Liaison Service MedStar Georgetown University Hospital
Healthcare costs associated with osteoporosis-related fractures can have a significant impact provider organizations, especially those who are taking on risk for managing a population. This presentation will explore the total all-cause cost of care of a population of women patients who experienced an osteoporosis-related fracture, demonstrating the economic burden for healthcare providers over 5 years after the initial fracture.
Use of Large Real-World Datasets to Improve Practice Guidelines and Clinical Study Designs in Metabolic DiseasesThursday, September 2, 2021, at 11:00 a.m. ET
Dara Schuster, M.D., Senior Medical Director, Global Clinical Development, and Barry J. Goldstein, M.D., Ph.D., Vice President and Therapeutic Area Head, Cardiovascular, Metabolic, Endocrine, and Renal, Labcorp Drug Development; and John W. Kennedy, M.D., President, AMGA Foundationand Chief Medical Officer, and Nikita Stempniewicz, M.S., Director, Research & Analytics, AMGA
Appropriate use of large clinical datasets can help patients and save lives. But how can we best support clinical guideline development and adherence? Join our webinar as we examine how large clinical datasets can improve efficiency of patient enrollment in metabolic disease research by providing insights into patient populations and their healthcare delivery. You’ll learn about how Labcorp has applied its massive dataset with 30 billion clinical laboratory test results to better understand population health. We’ll also examine the role of key partnerships to increase the adoption of standards of care and drive medical innovation.