REAL WORLD EVIDENCE

CSO has an established collaboration with one of the most comprehensive healthcare panels in the market. This provides CSO with access to panels of patients and highly-competent physician and payer panels in all major therapy areas across many countries in the world. The main focus of our strong panel partners’ activities is on the US and the top five EU countries, as well as China, Brazil, Argentina, Russia and Australia.

Another partnership CSO has formed that is worthy of particular mention is a powerful European-focused patient panel within orphan drug indications. Through our panels, CSO is capable of providing patients for real-world evidence studies in more than 55 countries using native speaking moderators.

Further to CSO’s well-established patient panel relationships, we also have access to large panels of key opinion leaders (KOLs) and Payers at national, regional and local levels. Overall, the strong panel access at CSO enables us to help our clients’ meet their needs when they are in search of sufficient samples of particular patient profile´ or specific types of physicians, allied health professionals, devices/diagnostics decision-makers, specialist nurses or pharmacists who can be engaged quickly. The collaboration with leading panel partners means that we can offer our clients larger samples at a quicker pace collected from patients who have begun to use a new treatment in a real-world setting.

Our choice of panel partners to run CSO designed RWE surveys is based not only on their capacities but also on their ability to comply with current rules and regulations related to handling of personal data and existence of systems to report adverse events within 24 hours.

Physician Panels, including (but not limited to)

Allergists/Immunologists

Nurses Gastroenterologists (inc. HEP)
General/Family Practitioners OB/GYNs Infectious Diseases (inc. Tropical Medicine)
Internal Medicine (GENMED) General Surgeons Nephrologists
Pharmacists Hematologists/Hematology Neurologists
Psychiatrists Oncologists Oncologists
Cardiologists Anesthesiologists Ophthalmologists
Endocrinologists/Diabetologists Dermatologists Pediatricians
Pulmonologists

 

Rheumatologists Urologists
Critical Care/Intensive Care Emergency Medicine Geriatrics
Patient Panels, including (but not limited to)

AIDS

Atherosclerosis (disease in which plaque builds up on the insides of arteries) Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)
Alcoholism Osteoarthritis Chronic Hives (experiencing 6 weeks or more)
Cirrhosis
Angina Rheumatoid Arthritis Cirrhosis
Unstable Angina/Chest pains (includes chest, neck, jaw or left shoulder pains that occur with activity and are relieved with rest) Psoriatic Arthritis Congestive Heart Failure
Ankylosing Spondylitis (chronic, inflammatory arthritis associated with the spine) BPH (benign prostatic hyperplasia), also known as an enlarged prostate [ASK MALES ONLY] Connective Tissue Disease (disease where connective tissues of the body are the primary target of pathology)
Any cancer Bipolar Disorder
Cataracts (clouding of the lens of the eye)
Crohn’s Disease
Any tumor Celiac Disease
C. diff (antibiotic-associated colitis which is diarrhea from antibiotic use)
Chronic Bronchitis (cough up phlegm 4 of 7 days a week over last 3 months)
Cystic Fibrosis
Arrhythmia Chronic Kidney Disease Endometriosis
Atrial Fibrillation Chronic Liver Disease Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT) (A blood clot in a deep vein, usually in the legs)
Type 1 Diabetes Heart Attack Left ventricular hypertrophy (LVH) (Enlargement of the left ventricle)
Leukemia
Type 2 Diabetes Heart Murmur (extra or unusual sound produced during a heartbeat)
Hemiplegia (limbs on one side of the body have severe weakness)
Low Sex Drive
Low Testosterone
Lupus
Dry Eye Hemophilia A Lymphoma
Dysmenorrhea (difficult menstrual flow or painful menstruation) Hemophilia B Macular degeneration (wet or dry)
Emphysema Hepatitis A Metastatic solid tumor
Epilepsy Hepatitis B Mini-Stroke/Transient Ischemia
Erectile Dysfunction Hepatitis C
Lymphoma
Multiple Sclerosis
Attack (TIA) (When blood flow to the brain is temporarily blocked and produces stroke-like symptoms, but no permanent damage occurs)
Fibroids Hot Flashes Moderate or severe renal/kidney disease
Fibromyalgia Shingles (recurrence of chickenpox as an adult) Muscular Dystrophy
Paget’s disease
Genital Herpes High Blood Pressure (Hypertension) Osteopenia
Genital Warts High Cholesterol Overactive Bladder Wet (urinary leakage)
Osteoporosis

Overactive Bladder Dry (no urinary leakage)

Glaucoma HIV Paget’s disease
Gout Intermittent Claudication (pain in leg/calf due to poor circulation that typically occurs from walking and goes away with rest) Parkinson’s disease

Peripheral arterial disease  (PAD)/poor circulation

Growth Hormone Deficiency ITP (disorder in which there is a decrease of platelets in your blood causing bruising of the skin) Peripheral Vascular Disease (PVD)
Pre-term Labor Psoriasis Pulmonary Embolism
Rosacea (chronic condition characterized by facial redness) Schizophrenia Sjögren’s Syndrome
Skin Ulcers/Cellulitis Stress Urinary Incontinence (urinary leakage only when coughing, sneezing, laughing or exercising) Stroke
Tuberculosis
Thrombocytopenia (any disorder in which there is an abnormally low amount of platelets, which are parts of the blood that help blood to clot) Thyroid condition
Ulcers (active/peptic stomach or duodenal)
Ulcerative Colitis
Urinary Tract Infections (UTI)
Vulvovaginal candidiasis
Acne
Alzheimer’s
Allergies
Anemia
Anxiety
Asthma
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity
Disorder
Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD)
Atopic Dermatitis Chronic Constipation
Dementia
CAP (community-acquired pneumonia)
Depression
Dermatitis
Diarrhea (frequent)
Diverticulitis
Eczema
Fibromyalgia
Fungal Infections of the skin or Athlete’s foot Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (GERD) or acid reflux Generalized Anxiety Disorder
Gingivitis
Hay Fever
Headache
Heartburn Heavy Menstrual Bleeding
HAP (hospital-acquired pneumonia) Insomnia Irritable Bowel Syndrome (with constipation and/or diarrhea)
Migraine
Narcolepsy
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) Pain
Panic Disorder
Phobias
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
Restless Legs Syndrome
Shingles (recurrence of chickenpox as an adult)
Skin Allergies (hives and other contact allergies)
Sleep Apnea
Sleep Difficulties (other than Insomnia or Sleep Apnea) Social anxiety disorder Urinary Tract Infection
Yeast infection
Payers Panel

FRANCE

  • Members of or advisors to the Haute Autorité de Santé (HAS), (National Health Authority) / HAS = Commission de la Transparence (CT), (Transparency Commission is part of the HAS)
  • CEPS (Economic Committee for Health Products)
  • COMEDIMS (Hospital Formulary Committee Members), (Regional Payers)
  • Hospital Pharmacy Directors
  • Health Economists

GERMANY

  • Gemeinsamer Bundesusschuß der Ärzte, Zahnärzte, Krankenhäuser und Krankenkassen (GBA), (Joint Federal Committee of Physicians, Dentists, Hospitals, and Health Insurance Funds)
  • Institut für Qualität und Wirtschaftlichkeit im Gesundheitswesen (Institute for Quality and Efficiency in Healthcare)
  • Krankenkassen Professional (Statutory Insurance Fund)
  • Institut für das Entgeltsystem im Krankenhaus (Institute for Hospital Reimbursement)
  • Hospital Formulary Committee Members
  • Hospital Pharmacy Directors
  • IFG Institute of Health Economics

ITALY

  • Members of or advisors to the Agenzia Italiana del Farmaco (Italian Medicines Agency)
  • Commissione Tecnico-Scientifica (CTS), (Scientific and Technical Commission)
  • Comitato Prezzi e Rimborso (CPR), (Pricing and Reimbursement Committee)
  • Prontuario Terapeutico Ospedaliero Regionale (PTO/PTOR), (Hospital Pharmaceutical Formulary). Committee in various Italian regions (Regional)
  • Hospital/Regional Pharmacy Directors
  • Regional/National Health Economist

SPAIN

  • Members of or advisors to Dirección General de Farmacia y Productos Sanitarios (DGFPS), (General Directorate of Pharmacy and Health Products).
  • Comisión Nacional para el Uso Racional del Medicamento (CNURM), (National Commission for the Rational Use of Medicines)
  • Hospital/Regional Formulary Committee Members
  • Hospital/Regional Pharmacy Directors

UNITED KINGDOM

  • Members of or advisors to the National Institute of Health and Care Excellence (NICE)
  • CCG members / Hospital Formulary Committee members
  • CCG / Hospital Budget Holders
  • Hospital Pharmacy Directors

USA

  • Managed Care Medical Directors
  • Managed Care Pharmacy Directors
  • Managed Care Vice President of Pharmacy
  • Chief Medical Officer
  • VP, Pharmacy Services
  • Hospital Pharmacy Director
  • Pharmacy Benefit Manager
  • Director of Pharmacy Revenue and Supply
KOL Panels

Please contact CSO for information about our collaborations with KOLs

Contact:

Jens Harald Kongsø
Founder and Strategic Lead
Clinical Survey Outcomes
jhk@csoutcomes.com
+45 60 78 58 86

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