Research data warehouse best practices: catalyzing national data sharing through informatics innovationJournal of the American Medical Informatics
- August 26, 2022
The NCATS-funded Evolve to Next-Gen ACT (ENACT) is a collaborative research platform that will enable investigators at CTSA hubs to conduct EHR research on any disease or condition from their desktop. Using de-identified data from EHRs for >142 million patients at 57 hubs, ENACT will also allow data scientists to develop and test EHR-based research tools. ENACT is the next iteration of the ACT
- August 22, 2022
The social determinants of health — the conditions in which a person lives, learns, works, and plays — account for 80 percent of health outcomes, but they’re almost never used in medical care. “So much affects health outcomes beyond what happens at a medical facility, such as education, access to transportation, financial stability, and more,” says David Haynes, PhD, an Assistant Professor in the
- -CLICConversations Toward Solutions is an extension of the Insights to Inspire Program. Three workshops have been designed to explore the experiences and challenges hubs face with common data issues. The facilitated 60-90 minute workshops are open to anyone in the consortium wishing to join the conversation. The first workshop in the series, Access to Electronic Health Records, occurred on Monday
- June 27, 2022Researchers across the country gathered virtually earlier this month to dive into the ever growing pool of big data at the two-day Un-Meeting event, “Making Real-World Data and Real-World Evidence a Reality for Translational Science.”
- March 23, 2022The Ohio State University (OSU) is on a journey to modernize its research informatics infrastructure by increasing access to clinical data for researchers by adopting a new data classification, integrating research tools into the electronic health record (EHR) for improved care, and deploying general discovery infrastructure all on a governance process that is reliable and transparent.