A New Analytic Tool Developed in the Sentinel System to Assess Safe Use Recommendations

Project Title A New Analytic Tool Developed in the Sentinel System to Assess Safe Use Recommendations
Date
Tuesday, February 12, 2019
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Description

The purpose of this manuscript was to develop a flexible analytic tool for the Food and Drug Administration's (FDA's) Sentinel System to assess adherence to safe use recommendations with two capabilities: characterize adherence to patient monitoring recommendations for a drug, and characterize concomitant medication use before, during, and/or after drug therapy. The tool has two key capabilities: (a) characterize adherence to patient monitoring recommendations for a treatment; and (b) characterize concomitant medication use before, during, and/or after a drug therapy.

Corresponding Author

Noelle M. Cocoros, Department of Population Medicine, Harvard Medical School and the Harvard Pilgrim Health Care Institute, Boston, MA, USA. Email: noelle_cocoros@harvardpilgrim.org

Authors

Noelle M. Cocoros, Anita Wagner, Kevin Haynes, Andrew B. Petrone, Elnara Fazio‐Eynullayeva, Yulan Ding, Rima Izem, Joo‐Yeon Lee, Jacqueline M. Major, Michael Nguyen, Jing Ju

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