Epiomic Epidemiology Series Reports

In an effort to provide a more condensed version of our Epiomic Patient segmentation database for our clients, we have developed a new range of reports called the Epiomic Epidemiology Series. Each of these publications will be disease specific and will typically cover between 8-10 Major Global Markets with a forecasted horizon of 10 years. Each report will begin with some analyst insights about the disease or disorder which will look specifically at the patient population and provide some insight related to:

  • the cause of the disease
  • risk factors and prevention
  • the diagnosis
  • variations by geography or ethnicity
  • key co morbid conditions associated with the disease
  • disease prognosis and clinical course

The majority of the report will be presented in easy to understand data tables showing the patients prevalence by the specific country across a 10 year horizon period. Each report will have the overall top-line prevalence for the disease in each country along with a split by gender. To add a further level of detail, we have provided a breakdown of the prevalence or incidence population by gender in 5 year cohorts for each country in the report.

A real benefit of using the Epiomic patient segmentation database as a source is its ability to look beyond just the prevalence and incidence rate of a disease, and show relevant sub-populations. These sub-populations could be either a key co-morbid condition or some other attributes that are important to understand when considering the current and future treatment or diagnostic pathway for a specific disease. All of these sub-populations have been displayed in a table format with each population segmented even further by country or other parameters related to the sub-population.

These reports are built using data and information sourced from the proprietary Epiomic patient segmentation database. To generate accurate patient population estimates, the Epiomic database utilises a combination of several world class sources that deliver the most up to date information from patient registries, clinical trials and epidemiology studies. All of the sources used to generate the data and analysis have been identified in the report.