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Two Conferences Under One Roof – One Devoted to Patient Registries and One Devoted to Real World Evidence – Customize Your Learning Experience by Choosing Among Presentations

January 30-31, 2019
  • Miami, FL

CBI's Patient Registries and Real World Evidence Summit is the opportunity you’ve been waiting for, combining two events to provide you with customized knowledge on how to disrupt the future of Patient Registries and investigate how to use Real World Evidence for drug development, FDA approval and payer reimbursement.

Topics to explore and choose from:

  • Explore collaboration opportunities for data and knowledge sharing versus starting a brand new registry
  • Learn about emerging opportunities to use RWE for regulatory submissions
  • Engage patients and improve access to RWE and patient registries
  • Disrupt the current ways registries are created and utilized
  • Collect and analyze patient data with the goal of improving health treatment outcomes
  • Examine success factors for creating rare disease registries
  • Involve patient reported outcomes in registry and real world initiatives

Patient Registries and Real World Evidence Summit

Two Conferences Under One Roof – One Devoted to Patient Registries and One Devoted to Real World Evidence – Customize Your Learning Experience by Choosing Among Presentations

CBI's Patient Registries and Real World Evidence Summit is the opportunity you’ve been waiting for, combining two events to provide you with customized knowledge on how to disrupt the future of Patient Registries and investigate how to use Real World Evidence for drug development, FDA approval and payer reimbursement.

Topics to explore and choose from:

  • Explore collaboration opportunities for data and knowledge sharing versus starting a brand new registry
  • Learn about emerging opportunities to use RWE for regulatory submissions
  • Engage patients and improve access to RWE and patient registries
  • Disrupt the current ways registries are created and utilized
  • Collect and analyze patient data with the goal of improving health treatment outcomes
  • Examine success factors for creating rare disease registries
  • Involve patient reported outcomes in registry and real world initiatives