Multidimensional Evidence Generation: A Paradigm Shift Post-Pandemic Enhancing Policy Implementation for India’s Health System

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Anuj Mubayi
Anamika Mubayi

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COVID-19 is having a profound impact on healthcare and society. The crisis has drastically shifted our focus and defined a new normal in terms of way of thinking and process of evidence gathering. Across the landscape of health, the response in future will see transformation on data, methodology, and experiences based on all stakeholders. The future of health care not merely will depend on convenience and less expensive technology but also will be multidimensional evidence-based while enhancing patients’ personal health and needs in real time. This will require integrated evidence-generation rather siloed functioning of departments, disciplines, markets, and geographies. There will be radical ways to operate that will smoothly connect evidence generating process from randomized clinical trials to patients’ medical and non-medical history, health economics and outcomes research, market access, and precision prevention strategies. That is, the paradigm shift incorporating partnership model will simultaneously enhance data engineering platforms, advanced analytics capabilities, modeling-based decision process, and cross-functional collaborations.

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Mubayi, A., & Mubayi, A. (2022). Multidimensional Evidence Generation: A Paradigm Shift Post-Pandemic Enhancing Policy Implementation for India’s Health System. International Journal of Health Technology and Innovation, 1(02), 3–6. Retrieved from https://ijht.org.in/index.php/ijhti/article/view/35
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