Patient
Charts by APLUSA

Patient Record Forms (PRF) or Patient Charts are filled out by physicians to collect anonymized information at a single patient level thus allowing physicians to replicate their actual thought processes when managing patients.

PRFs collect real world anonymized data on the decision factors that influence physicians when making treatment decisions including patient characteristics, treatment decisions, treatment modalities, and patient histories.

Information collected using anonymized patient charts is often augmented with stated reasons that explain individual treatment decisions.

Patient
Charts by APLUSA

Patient Record Forms (PRF) or Patient Charts are filled out by physicians to collect anonymized information at a single patient level thus allowing physicians to replicate their actual thought processes when managing patients.

PRFs collect real world anonymized data on the decision factors that influence physicians when making treatment decisions including patient characteristics, treatment decisions, treatment modalities, and patient histories.

Information collected using anonymized patient charts is often augmented with stated reasons that explain individual treatment decisions.

Patient Chart research providing robust, real-world data is the best solution if you are looking to:

  • better understand brand use in real life and look for areas of improvement
  • track your product performance within specific competitive environments across markets
  • negotiate price with healthcare authorities based on actual usage of your product
  • invest in most profitable indication
  • share real-world data with the scientific community through publications
  • assess impact of salesforce teams

Answering questions regarding real, individual, anonymized patient cases, physicians provide powerful insights into their prescribing behavior. AplusA’s advanced analysis tools combine brand perception insights with real world data on brand use to uncover hidden drivers and barriers to growth.

Patient Chart research providing robust, real-world data is the best solution if you are looking to:

  • better understand brand use in real life and look for areas of improvement
  • track your product performance within specific competitive environment across markets
  • negotiate price with healthcare authorities based on actual usage of your product
  • invest in most profitable indication
  • share real-world data with the scientific community through publications
  • assess impact of salesforce teams

Answering questions regarding real, individual, anonymized patient cases, physicians provide powerful insights into their prescribing behavior. AplusA’s advanced analysis tools combine brand perception insights with real world data on brand use to uncover hidden drivers and barriers to growth.

AplusA address multiple brand challenges using anonymized patient charts:

  • Market roadmapping
  • Market sizing (define numbers of patients and treatment opportunities including feeding business models)
  • New product / indication market potential (total and by patient or HCP segment)
  • Brand share trackers (total market or dynamic market with focus on recent treatment decisions)
  • Brand use across indications
  • Brand performance within indication
  • Source of business
  • Patient pathway: from symptoms to diagnosis and treatment sequences (past treatment history)
  • Identification and size of the various patient segments
  • Treatment modalities: duration, therapeutic windows, dosing schedules, etc. 
  • Non-Interventional studies / Observational studies
  • Epidemiological studies

 

30 Year experience analyzing patient charts collected worldwide

Each year, we collect almost 500,000 anonymized patient record forms across 50+ countries and 100 therapeutic areas including rare diseases.

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