Reliability

Reliability refers to the extent to which an event or measurement is repeatable, or a process executes as expected.

In the therapy development process, reliability is an important quality of questions in a survey or registry, the data in a patient registry, and data from a clinical study, for example. Reliability is also an important quality of bioassays, biomarkers, clinical outcome assessments, and preclinical studies.

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