Roche Canada Announces Collaboration to Improve Access to Personalized Healthcare with Real World Evidence
BC Cancer, CPHIN and Roche Canada will co-create an evidence-generating framework to leverage real-world data and facilitate cost-effective access to targeted treatments for cancer patients
MISSISSAUGA, ON, — CNW — Hoffmann-La Roche Limited (Roche Canada) is pleased to announce a joint initiative with BC Cancer and the Canadian Personalized Healthcare Innovation Network (CPHIN) to co-create a real-world evidence (RWE) framework in British Columbia known as the PRecision Oncology Evidence Development in Cancer Treatment (PREDiCT). The PREDiCT initiative will generate and assess RWE, which may be used to help shape new sustainable reimbursement pathways for personalized cancer treatments.
This initiative marks a leading public-private collaboration in personalized healthcare in Canada and, if proven successful, represents an important milestone towards a healthcare system that leverages real-world and clinical trial data to provide the right care options for patients and inform policies that ensure cost-effective access.