Clinical Patient Registries

Natalja Mueva

Natalja Mueva

Head of Medical Programs Department

Clinical Registry is an organized system that uses observational study methods to collect uniform data for evaluation of specified outcomes in a population defined by a particular disease, condition or exposure and that serves one or more predetermined scientific, clinical or other purposes.

The maintenance of clinical registries and conduct of observational programs may incorporate epidemiological studies, whose outcomes are used to inform diagnostic and therapeutic planning, drug provision and medical and economic assessment of medical services.

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Observational programs and clinical patient registries developed by Aston Health are widely used to study the routine clinical practice, and assess the quality of medical services in terms of safety, efficiency, economic feasibility, and accessibility for patients.

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The databases of clinical registries and observational programs are used as a common source for:

  • Pharmacoeconomic analysis
  • Evaluation of treatment effectiveness
  • Reviewing current needs for costly drugs against public procurement data
  • Patient recruitment for clinical trials
Clinical registries and observational programs by Aston Health are powered by:

Own Medical Unit

Professional team of analysts and market intelligence specialists

Proprietary technology platform QuintaClinical®

Aston Health's experience makes possible conducting epidemiological studies of various scope an size (from large patient cohorts (diabetes studies) to orphan disease research involving several dozen people).

The established process allows developing clinical registries and observational programs as part of RWE research in the EEU countries since 2010.

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