- Jesper Borgstrøm, Senior Business Consultant, NNIT
Accurate and reliable data is crucial for ensuring patient safety in industries where quality of life is at play. Discover how data governance can empower your business to optimize operations, improve patient outcomes, and contribute to the advancement of health care.
The number of individual case safety reports (ICSRs) is growing faster than ever, and the regulatory requirements are constantly evolving, increasing the complexity of data to secure drug safety. This puts life science companies under pressure to streamline and optimize their drug safety operations.
For example, companies need to ensure that data such as product names, dates and personal information is recorded in the same way by everyone handling the medicine.
Several elements are involved when you want to maintain a modern approach to drug safety. One of the most important to get right is clear governance for data management, migration, and integration.
Data governance refers to the set of processes and practices implemented to ensure proper management of data related to drug safety. It involves establishing a data collection and handling framework that adheres to regulatory requirements and ensures a standardized approach to data management across the organization.
– Data and integration governance is the foundation for everything else. Soon, many life science companies will move towards the cloud and have a need for strong artificial intelligence, predictive learning, and many other tools. But this is only possible if your data is accurate, says Jesper Borgstrøm, Senior Business Consultant at NNIT.