Speakers See ‘New World’ of Linked Data
To Make Clinical Trial Process More Efficient

July 17, 2013, 4:00 AM

Speakers at a biomedical innovation conference July 16 stressed that collaboration, standardization of the process, and a standing network of investigators can produce “a new world of dynamically-linked, multiple-patient, and clinical data networks.”

The second annual “State of Biomedical Innovation” conference at the Brookings Institution in Washington, which was hosted by Brookings’ Engelberg Center for Health Care Reform, was designed to assess U.S. biomedical innovation and discuss policy solutions that ensure the nation remains a world leader.

In the opening session, “Creating Novel Sources and Applications of Data through Policy,” Dr. Janet Woodcock, director of the Center for Drug Evaluation ...

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