In the present climate of elective surgery slowdown, now is the perfect time to establish your evidence strategy. Many approaches exist for studying medical devices, but some strategies provide faster, more affordable solutions, or more impactful data and claims. It’s critical to start with a robust understanding of the current clinical and scientific landscape related to your device and its value proposition.
Last year, our Director of Science & Innovation, Jason Inzana, PhD , co-authored a review in the Global Spine Journal describing how the original study design can impact perceived bias in superiority claims for spine devices. Often, a medium or high risk of bias could have been mitigated during the study design phase.
At Telos, it is our genuine passion to listen to your goals, understand your needs, and dive deep into the science to help your company design the most appropriate studies (clinical and non-clinical) so you can reach your ultimate objective. Contact us to learn more about how we can help your company develop your evidence strategy.