Please join the Engelberg Center for Health Care Reform in an upcoming webinar, “An Overview of the Design and Implementation of U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s Prospective Routine Observational Monitoring Program Tools (PROMPT) for Safety Surveillance,” on Monday, September 16, 2013, from 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM EDT. Mini-Sentinel has become an effective and adaptable tool in the national electronic surveillance system for monitoring post-market utilization of medical products, occurrence of health outcomes, and potential safety risks related to use of specific medical products. As it enters its fifth year, the Mini-Sentinel system has begun to pilot the new program PROMPT, with the goal of developing a relatively standardized, semi-automated, routine prospective surveillance program that can examine a number of products simultaneously by monitoring the occurrence of health outcomes of interest in association with use of newly approved medical products. The prospective monitoring will identify potential excess risk for subsequent follow-up and play a role in FDA’s ongoing safety surveillance efforts. Two Sentinel investigators, Jennifer Nelson, with the Mini-Sentinel Methods Core, and Elizabeth Chrischilles, with the Mini-Sentinel Protocol Core, will present an overview of the PROMPT system’s objectives, design, and process.For a full webinar agenda, please view the "Agenda" tab above, and to register, click "Register" below.Please note: Webinar log in and teleconference information can be found in your registration confirmation email or in the downloadable Outlook calendar below. Due to the interest in this topic, you must register to obtain this information!
Monday, September 16, 2013 2:00 PM - 3:00 PMEastern Time
Webinar / Teleconference
Engelberg Center for Health Care Reform
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