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Vital Transformation understands the implications of new medical procedures, technologies and policies. We measure their impact on current clinical practices in close collaboration with health care professionals, researchers, and regulators. Through our web platform and client network, we are able to communicate our findings with international decision makers and stakeholders.

The impact of health technology made simple

EVENTS

WEBINAR – IMI Get Real: Launch PragMagic – an innovative tool to assist pragmatic trial design


June 8th, 2017
In this webinar we’ll shortly introduce our view on pragmatic trials, discuss the forces at work that we captured in the tool and the game and usability of the design of the tool. We’ll finish with a demonstration of the tool.

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EMIF – Digital Citizen, Digital Patient – Overview & Agenda


28th-29th June, Tallinn, Estonia
This conference will inspire EU healthcare thought leaders to present research findings and share best practices on the use of data at all points of the healthcare value chain.

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WEBINAR: “IMI GetReal’s RWE Navigator – Making Real World Evidence Real”


March 8th, 2017
This webinar will present an overview of the challenges to drug development from the standpoint of the need for new sources of evidence. It will also include a presentation on what the 'RWE Navigator' is, and what it does with a live demonstration of the web tool.

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LATEST NEWS

Digital Citizen, Digital Patient: How EU-funded research can drive the digitisation of health systems in Europe


An interview with Peeter Ross, professor at Tallinn University of Technology

As a participant in eight different EU projects, Peeter Ross, professor at Tallinn University of Technology, can fairly be described as a veteran of European ehealth research.

Digital citizen, digital patient: EMIF is bringing the power of numbers to dementia research


An interview with Simon Lovestone, Professor of Translational Neuroscience at Oxford University, UK

Making data repositories visible and easy to access is transforming translational research in Alzheimer’s disease. “You can answer questions you couldn’t before,” says Simon Lovestone, academic lead of the programme

  • Nigel Hughes

Digital citizen, digital patient: EMIF makes it as good to give as to receive


An Interview with Nigel Hughes, Scientific Director, Quantitative Sciences at Janssen Research and Development

By removing barriers to data exchange, EMIF has provided potent demonstrations of the power of pooling resources in Alzheimer’s disease and metabolic disorders. These exemplars are incentivising data sharing, says Nigel Hughes

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REPORTS

Better Science, Better Health
27-28th October 2015, US Congress, Washington DC
Resources now available

Reports, videos and more...

Universal health: Investing in Health and Wellbeing for All
June 29th-30th, RIGA
Resources now available

Videos and downloads

Webinar: MAPPs – New Tools for Decision Making
April 14th, 2015, 2-3pm CEST
Resources now available

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RWE and Health Data in the EU: viable public policy vs. political overreach
February 7, 2016 - by Duane Schulhtess, Managing Director, Vital Transformation

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