The coordinated registry network (CRN) aims to collect and compare data from diverse registries with similar data points, to help physicians address specific questions based on collective real-world data.
Steve Elias meets with Jens Eldruip-Jorgensen (Maine, US), Marlin Schul (Indiana , US) and Nicholas Osbourne (Michigan, US) to find out more about the aims of the Coordinated Research Network and its impact on real-world practice to treat patients with venous disease. Highlights include discussions around the benefits and challenges of registry data, as well as a look at the current data coming out from the CRN and its implications for clinicians.
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