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Characteristics of study design and elements that may contribute to the success of electronic safety monitoring systems
Pharmacoepidemiology and Drug Safety (2014)
  • Carlos Bell
  • Aloka Chakravarty
  • Susan Gruber
  • Susan Heckbert, University of Washington, Seattle
  • Mark Levenson
  • David Martin
  • Jennifer C. Nelson
  • Simone Pinheiro
  • Bruce M. Psaty, University of Washington, Seattle
  • Christian G. Reich
  • Sebastian Schneeweiss
  • Azadeh Shoaibi
  • Sengwee Toh, Harvard Medical School
  • Alexander M. Walker
Abstract

In this commentary, we propose to examine the char- acteristics of a single drug-outcome pair for which two large collaborative groups have come to results that have many points in common. The goal is to suggest by example features of a disease problem and data systems that may lead to repeatable findings.

Keywords
  • safety surveillance,
  • insurance claims,
  • electronic medical records,
  • pharmacoepidemiology
Disciplines
Publication Date
2014
Citation Information
Carlos Bell, Aloka Chakravarty, Susan Gruber, Susan Heckbert, et al.. "Characteristics of study design and elements that may contribute to the success of electronic safety monitoring systems" Pharmacoepidemiology and Drug Safety Vol. 23 Iss. 11 (2014)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/sgruber/35/