The field of pharmaco/cosmetovigilance faces significant challenges when it comes to monitoring an ever-increasing amount of literature. The need for efficient and accurate identification of relevant information, compliance with regulatory requirements, and the strain on resources can be daunting.
Increasing volume of literature makes it hard to identify relevant information
Compliance with regulatory requirements can be burdensome
Manual screening is time-consuming and resource-intensive
Collaboration and communication among team members is challenging
Real-time alerts and notifications are necessary to address safety concerns
Our state-of-the-art technology uses AI models to automate the monitoring of vast amounts of literature. With features like semantic search to retrieve relevant articles from all the major global and local literature databases simultaneously, de-duplication, extraction of minimum safety information and populating safety case forms, one click submission of case forms to Safety Database in E2B or Excel/PDF formats, automated translation of abstracts and full articles to English, pharmacovigilance teams can save up to 60% or more time and effort in literature monitoring process while ensuring quality and compliance.
Collaboration is key in pharmacovigilance - which is why our solution includes a configurable workflow to enable collaboration and quality control.
DF Literature Monitor is a modular and scalable Literature Monitoring solution that can be integrated with leading safety databases and signal management products.
Up to 60 % savings in time and manual effort. NER-based highlights ensure that minimum safety information is extracted accurately from articles, reducing the risk of errors.
he solution's data extraction in a suitable AE form ensures that information can be uploaded to safety databases in E2B R2/R3 format.
The workflow and product configuration module in the admin module allows for customization of the solution to meet the unique needs of pharmacovigilance professionals.
The automated processes and enhanced efficiency of DF Literature Monitor can help reduce costs significantly for pharmacovigilance departments.
The automated translation of articles into English removes language barriers and enables pharmacovigilance professionals to monitor literature in multiple languages.
Automated duplicate search ensures that information is not duplicated, saving time and effort.