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An alternative to rigid standalone tools cobbled together with manual workarounds, PubHive Navigator is a flexible and fit-for-purpose platform that optimizes existing scientific literature and safety processes.
Systematically identifying, reviewing, and selecting literature according to explicit inclusion/exclusion criteria in order to answer a clearly formulated research question.
Continuously updating literature reviews through actively monitoring the evidence and incorporating relevant new evidence as it becomes available.
Identfying and discussing the latest scholarly research articles from peer-reviewed scientific, technical, and medical (STM) journals.
Organizing personal research libraries and automating the creation of bibliographies, footnotes, and reference sections in scholarly research papers, studies, and reports.
Organizing controlled lists of references that are approved for Medical Science Liasion (MSL) activities.
Providing users with one-stop lowest legal cost access routing to full-text papers plus integration with 3rd party document delivery supply services when individual article purchasing is required.
Lowering total cost of ownership (TCO) for companies that already have a document delivery service.
Monitoring published literature to fulfill regulatory requirements related to the identification and review of clinical data in pre-clinical evaluation, clinical evaluation, and post-market surveillance phases.
Performing research that involves the use of scholarly literature and other types of non-literature content, across a variety of online data sources.
Systematically identifying and screening literature indexed in databases such as PubMed in order to identify potential adverse events (AEs) and safety signals related to drugs, vaccines, biologics, cosmeceuticals, and other healthcare products.
Monitoring of publications that are not indexed in global databases such as PubMed in order to identify and screen literature for potential AEs and product safety signals.
Performing and overseeing aggregate safety reporting functions, including report tracking, scheduling, preparation, writing, quality control, document management, audit logging, reporting, and analytics.
Auto-scheduling of aggregate safety reports plus bulk assignments of responsible report owners.
One-stop monitoring and automated detection of potential safety signals with tools for streamlining follow-on assessment and documentation processes.
Centralizing safety signal management oversight processes, meetings, and documents.