Webinar: “Implementing Real World Data to Make Adaptive Pathways Work”

October 18th, 16:15 – 17:15 Tallinn (15:15 – 16:15 CET) live from the Estonian Ministry of Social Affairs.

On 18 October 2017, the ADAPT SMART consortium presented a webinar hosted by the Estonian Ministry of Social Affairs. The webinar was the final event of eHealth week, an international conference occurring as part of Estonia’s Presidency of the European Council, and discussed how Eastern European countries are implementing real-world data (RWD) tools that can be used to provide the data infrastructure needed to make Adaptive Pathways work.

Medicines Adaptive Pathways to Patients, or MAPPs, promise to provide a tool for placing new, innovative medicines on the market for those patients with the greatest unmet need by harnessing RWD to validate the effectiveness and safety of new therapies. The ADAPT SMART (Sustainable, Multi-stakeholder Approach from Research to Treatment outcomes) consortium enables coordination of activities, supporting investigation into methodologies and dialogue to develop workable concepts for MAPPs.

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Ain Aaviksoo,
Deputy Secretary General on E-services Development and Innovation,
Ministry of Social Affairs, Estonia

Stanimir Hasurdjiev,
Secretary General,
Patient Access Partnership

Thomas Allvin,
Executive Director Strategy and Healthcare Systems,

Pieter Stolk,
Program Manager,
ADAPT SMART respresentative