Real4Reg – Unlocking Real-World Data with AI
Real4Reg is a consortium of ten European institutions which aims to promote the use of real-world data (national healthcare registers and claims data) to support the regulatory decisions about medicines. Real4Reg will take advantage of ground-breaking technologies such as artificial intelligence and machine learning.
The structure and approach of our project aim to facilitate the implementation of the effective use of real-world data in regulatory decision-making and health technology assessment.
Data & Methods
Real4Reg will use data sources from four European countries (Denmark, Finland, Germany, and Portugal) and will develop solutions to address the data analytical needs of regulatory agencies.
From a methodological point of view, the project is aligned with the decision-making process in regulatory agencies, which can be broadly broken down into the pre-authorisation, evaluation, and post-authorisation phases of the product lifecycle.
Who we are
Our consortium assembles ten partners from six different European countries with experience in the field of RWD analyses, including experts from regulatory agencies and health technology assessment bodies, academia, and patient organisations.
A project for the Patients
Real4Reg integrates two patient organisations to incorporate the patients’ perspectives and expectations along its work.