I first became aware of these sources for real-world evidence some years ago, and I tried to get an expert on this topic so often, but unfortunately, no one would speak with me. Then finally someone agreed when they found out what country my research was being conducted in-the Scandinavian Union! You might be wondering why we need data from such a unique place as Scandinavia? Stay tuned because you’ll find out soon enough… This region provides us statisticians everything we could hope: perfect measurements plus high-quality counts.

We discuss the following points:

  • What brought Anders into RWE
  • What makes Nordic countries special when it comes to health system?
  • What are some key success factors of the Nordic health system?
  • What kind of population registers are there?
  • and more…

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Anders Berglund

He owns Epistat, a research company focusing on Evidence Generation utilizing population-based registries. He is a biostatistician and epidemiologist with broad scientific knowledge in Real-World Evidence, clinical development, and medical research with with more than 20 years of experience in the Life Science Industry and Health Care Agencies. His expertise lies in combining technical and scientific methodology with focus on the scientific communication, and the business needs.

Contact: info@epistat.se or +46(0)76360492, homepage: epistat.se

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