MedAvante Research Shows Subjective Interview Quality Metrics Can Predict Scoring Performance in PANSS Administration

MedAvante presented research at the 30th European College of Neuropsychopharmacology (ECNP) Congress showing that subjective interview quality metrics are predictive of in-study scoring performance and can serve as a useful tool in ongoing monitoring of raters in the administration and scoring of the PANSS. When combined with eCOA administration to improve standardization, subjective quality metrics can increase signal detection in global schizophrenia clinical trials.

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