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[Latin, For; in respect of; on account of; in behalf of.]

PRO. A Latin proposition signifying `for.' As to its effects in contracts, vide Plowd. 412.

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The company stated that the validation of the patient-reported outcome endpoints for antibacterial drug trials is in collaboration with FNIH, the US FDA, the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, the Infectious Diseases Society of America, pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies and the academic research community.
Peter Lewis, Wales' national clinical lead for planned care, who is also a consultant vascular surgeon at the Aneurin Bevan Health Board, said: "Understanding patient-reported outcomes and addressing the key issues that can impact on them, such as lifestyle factors, is a component of volume-based medicine and benchmarking Welsh healthcare systems against best-in-class organisations in the UK and abroad.
Created in 2011, C-Path established the ePRO Consortium in cooperation with firms that provide technologies and services for capturing patient-reported outcome endpoints.
com)-- Wellbe, the leading provider of Integrated Care Delivery solutions for hospital service lines, has advanced its Patient-Reported Outcomes (PRO) Collection capabilities for orthopedic and spine programs.
inSight Advantage is a cloud-based, patient-reported outcome (PRO) software designed to meet the needs and integrate seamlessly with the workflow of point-of-care physicians.
Sirona Technology launched its inSight software for tracking patient-reported outcomes in Q4 of 2015.
The development of a sensitive celiac disease specific patient-reported outcome instrument, the CDSD([c]) allows for an accurate assessment and characterization of the frequency and severity of symptoms experienced by patients with celiac disease.
Critical Path Institute (C-Path) has established the Electronic Patient-Reported Outcome (ePRO) Consortiumcomprising five member firms that provide innovative electronic data collection technologies for capturing patient-reported outcome (PRO) endpoints in clinical trials.
Regulation and compliance scientific and technical regulatory issues associated with electronic capture of patient-reported outcome data,
Clinical trial endpoints can involve patient collection of physiologic and patient-reported outcome data.
In addition to serving the life sciences industry, QualityMetric serves health care payers, who use patient-reported outcome data to help improve health care services and resource allocation, evaluate provider performance, predict utilization patterns and achieve better outcomes for patients.

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