Medical Data Science

Data is essential for understanding diseases and their treatment, generating market insights, and making better business decisions. Collecting, analyzing, and implementing medical data is at the core of MedEngine’s Medical Data Science services.

Our team consists of leading scientists with hundreds of scientific publications and years of experience in the field. We execute the projects as a turnkey service from study concept to finalized scientific publication, business report, or algorithm.

We believe that effective implementation of data is a key strategy that makes pharmaceutical and health technology companies thrive in the global market place. That is why we take your projects beyond scientific publication into commercial, medical affairs, and market access activities.

The companies with the best data strategies are the industry leaders of tomorrow

Real World Evidence

It takes very special expertise to tackle real-world data, meaning the data collected outside traditional clinical trials.

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Pharmaceutical and health technology industries are fast-moving domains, in which high-quality therapy area data is essential to stay ahead of the competition.

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MedEngine’s RWInsight is designed to provide profound understanding of the therapy area and target audience.

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Medical Writing

MedEngine’s medical writing services are designed to transform medical data into reports, research documentation, and scientific articles.

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The Current Status and Future Prospects for Real-World Data Research in Finland: A Qualitative Survey 



Characterisation of healthcare utilisation and cost of haemophilia care in real‐life: A 4‐year follow‐up study in Finland. Haemophilia. First published: 20 November 2020.

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Impact of Anti-Dementia Medication on the Risk of Death and Causes of Death in Alzheimer’s Disease.

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Healthcare resource utilization and treatment costs of Finnish chronic inflammatory bowel disease patients treated with infliximab.

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