Pharmacovigilance, or drug safety, is a broad term that describes the collection, analysis, monitoring and prevention of adverse effects in drugs and therapies. The role of pharmacovigilance is to determine which adverse events (reported side effects) that cross the line of a drug’s efficacy - analyzing which side effects are worth the risk to patients compared with how effective they are at treating a disease. In today's advanced age where synergies are made between medicines, science and technology, there has been an increasing public awareness of safety issues related to medical products. This has led to an increased importance of pharmacovigilance.
Hoodin enables a smooth and time efficient surveillance for P.V-operations, when it comes to literature screening, product surveillance and adverse events reported by patiens and clients post-market.
Hoodin automates the entire process in your external monitoring and makes it more relevant than any other similar tool. The coverages set up by the user could be compared to a radar that retrieves content based on a predefined purpose and your unique coverages.
Understanding your market and its changing conditions with the help of automation is necessary to be able to adapt strategy, communication, development of new products, and business models to new conditions.
With Hoodin you are able to share content with colleagues and create reports in order for the right information to end up with management, research and development division, the sales organization or the product development team.