Addressing a longstanding gap in the healthcare system
- Clinical trials often exclude pregnant patients
- Pregnancy registries alone are not sufficient, are costly, and take years to complete
- Real-world datasets linking pregnant patients to infants may exclude critical data elements and are complex to analyze
Generate rapid, reliable evidence for pregnancy studies
Aetion Rapid Start: Pregnancy combines the scientific rigor of Aetion Evidence Platform® (AEP) and our standard-setting regulatory consultancy with pregnancy-specific turnkey components to simplify the preparation and analysis of data of pregnant patients linked to their infants.
Watch this webinar for more details on this offering, including a platform demo.
Fit-for-purpose data identified
Our data-passionate scientists assessed many datasets of pregnant patients linked to their infants for fitness against FDA guidelines. We advised on a HIPAA-compliant dataset that includes critical elements like race, ethnicity, and mortality.
Data optimized for longitudinal analysis
Data of pregnant patients linked to their infants is already ingested onto AEP and optimized for longitudinal analysis—no need to prepare complex, time-based, and cross-walked data for analysis.
Mother and infant outcomes preserved
Data on both pregnant patients and their infant(s) are represented on the same longitudinal timeline in AEP to streamline analysis of the set, while preserving individual data elements.
Our measure library of pregnancy-specific, difficult-to-code clinical definitions (e.g., gestational age, last menstrual period, preterm delivery, infant outcomes) simplifies, accelerates, and scales complex analysis.
“The issue of representation in medical and drug development research is both clinically significant and a major contributor to disparities in health equity. Without reliable evidence on how health interventions affect pregnant people and their infants, how can we ensure they’re receiving the same caliber of safe, effective, and high-quality treatment as their non-pregnant peers? True health equity requires better-informed pregnancy care – and it should start at birth.”