In-depth

Research

A VISION OF GIVING BACK

It is fundamental for DLIMI that insights generated in our research and projects become part of the open, shared body of knowledge on which the pharmaceutical and healthcare sectors advance. On this page you find examples of such projects.

Collaboration

Our research-based projects are often carried out in collaboration with authorities, universities and other research organizations. This broadens our understanding of the societal context of pharmaceuticals and sharpens our knowledge of new scientific methodologies and technologies. All in all, through our private-public collaboration DLIMI helps create those synergies that result in better care for patients.

AUTHORISED ACCESS TO THE “FORSKERMASKINE”

DLIMI is authorized by Statistics Denmark and the Danish Health Data Authority to access data on the “Forskermaskine”. This means that our research activities, knowledge of data security and registry data have been officially approved. Consequently, we are able to gain access to microdata for the projects we solve.

RWE ANALYSIS OF COST OF MEDICINE FOR ADULTS WITH ADHD

DLIMI conducted a real-world data analysis of adults in stable treatment with ADHD medicine in order to explore the characteristics and cost of medicine for adults with ADHD.

Contact Mary Rosenzweig for more information

Nordic research collaboration – IBD study

DLIMI participated in a Nordic collaboration coordinated by Oslo University with the purpose of mapping treatment of patients suffering from inflammatory bowel disease with biological drugs.

Contact Arun Micheelsen for more information

long-term insulin treatment of Type 1 and 2 diabetics

DLIMI analyzed statistical data from the Danish Health Data Authority to map T1D and T2D treatment with basal insulin: The types of drugs prescribed for new patients, and the number of changes in drugs.

Contact Arun Micheelsen for more information

modelling COST EFFICIENCY OF BIOLOGICAL TREATMENT

DLIMI participated as supervisors for a thesis (University of Copenhagen, Department of Public Health) to model cost-effectiveness of biological treatment of inflammatory bowel diseases.

Contact Mary Rosenzweig for more information

chronic obstructive Pulmonary Disease ANALYSIS

On behalf of GSK, DLIMI conducted a real-world data analysis of COPD on different aspects of treatment and the patient journey in Denmark. The most frequent treatment was found to be triple therapy.

Contact Mary Rosenzweig for more information

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