Automating Literature
Surveillance for Adverse Events

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DistillerSR for Pharmacovigilance

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for Pharmacovigilance

Sixty percent of the world’s top pharmaceutical companies trust DistillerSR as their fully-validated literature surveillance platform to process ICSRs and safety signals in an automated, real-time, and audit-ready manner.

Why Companies Choose DistillerSR for Pharmacovigilance

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Tracks 100% of your literature review. Integrated audit trail, version control, and data navigation mean your data is traceable.

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Smart & Fast

Identifies 95% of relevant records on average 60% sooner using AI reprioritization and predictive reporting.

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Always Up-To-Date Reviews

Automate adverse event tracking and monitoring from materials published daily to ensure patient safety and compliance.

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Works the way you do through 100% configurable workflows to support any protocol.

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Save Time

Reduces literature review times by 35%-50% by automating every stage of
the process and by reusing already collected data.


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Maintain a single source of truth by synchronizing literature review data seamlessly with your reporting applications and safety databases.

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Learn More About DistillerSR

Featured Content

Pharmacovigilance Fact Sheet DistillerSR

Pharmacovigilance Fact Sheet

Learn how PV specialists can use DistillerSR to automate literature surveillance and reporting that’s audit-ready and compliant.

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Q&A Blog Post: How Can Automation Support Literature Surveillance for Pharma and Biotechnology?

AI Reprioritization Blog Post DistillerSR


Ian Stefanison, CTO for DistillerSR, answers questions on how AI reprioritization reduces screening times by as much as 80%, according to one study.

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See DistillerSR in Action