The US Department of Defense is to share data from its healthcare system with the US FDA

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Reactions 1164 - 11 Aug 2007 The US Department of Defense is to share datafrom its healthcare system with the US FDA with theaim of enhancing the agencys medical product safetyreviews. General patient data from the US MilitaryHealth System, such as prescriptions and laboratorytest results, can be used by the FDA to identify anytrends that could signal possible concerns or benefitsof products. The partnership forms part of the FDAsSentinel Network, which aims to create a seamlessnational electronic information network thatencompasses everything from new medical productinformation and patient care records to adverse eventreports, and domestic and foreign clinical trials.FDA. FDA, Defense Department Share Data to Enhance Medical ProductSafety Reviews. Media Release : 2 Aug 2007. Available from: URL: http://www.fda.gov 8090786581Reactions 11 Aug 2007 No. 11640114-9954/10/1164-0001/$14.95 Adis 2010 Springer International Publishing AG. All rights reserved