April 5, 2021
Like many clinicians around the world treating musculoskeletal conditions, Dr. Lora Brown of St. Petersburg, Florida is aware of orthobiologic approaches utilizing PRP, BMAC, adipose, exosomes and more. However, relevant data which are independent, statistically significant and verifiable are difficult to find.
Dr. Brown is the founder of TruWell Health, is board certified in anesthesiology and regenerative medicine, and is committed to being evidence-based in the eyes of her patients, regulators and the greater clinical community. To help develop standards of care based on real-world evidence, Dr. Brown has established a Circle which efficiently captures and reports on human/cell tissue characterization, post-clinical outcomes, and other relevant data points.
Dr. Brown will be presenting her real world evidence via quarterly webinars, and inviting interested clinicians to attend, participate in her or related Circles, and contribute in establishing evidence-based standards of care in this promising field.
To learn more about Dr. Brown, her Circle or her first webinar, please contact us.
March 28, 2023
Statistical Significance and Clinical Relevance are two important concepts in the field of medicine, and particularly in clinical research. Being a bit more specific, statistical significance refers to the likelihood that a result is not due to chance.
March 17, 2023
Real-world evidence (RWE) is valuable not only for regulatory compliance, clinical decision-making and tracking adverse events. It can also drive patient engagement, profitability and professional advancement.
January 27, 2023
In this newsletter, we summarize the work of leading physicians as they develop clinical decision support for common musculoskeletal pathologies. Through the quality improvement and pragmatic studies embedded in their Circles, those clinicians are generating sustained financial and professional value for themselves, and improving patient care, with minimum burden. Moreover, their Circles are often supported by industry.