concomitance

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occurrence or existence together or in connection with one another

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Also, the FDA has engaged with Verispan to build a syndicated tool specifically designed to evaluate and report concomitancy across all markets and brands.
Vector One(TM) subscribers also benefit from exclusive insights about the patients and prescribers switching to and from selected products, including age, gender, location, concomitancy, co-morbidity, indication-specific use, titration, persistency and many other measures.
Verispan's Patient Parameters: Concomitancy provides insight on how therapies are used together, what specific products encompass regimens, and how regimens change over time.
New patients -- Switched patients (to and from which products) -- Continuing patients -- Concomitancy -- Titration -- Persistency -- Path of therapy (which drug or combination was used first, and which followed) -- Order of therapy (who wrote the initial prescription and who continued this treatment)