Administrative Database

Administrative Database

An automated system for ordering, receiving, and paying at the National Institutes of Health (NIH).
Administrative database’s main capabilities:
(1) Managing large data files;
(2) Establishing interaction levels for centralised and delegated procurements; and
(3) Interfacing with other NIH systems.
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The centrepiece of the analysis of Pakistan's irrigation reform is an administrative database maintained by the Punjab irrigation department and consisting of readings taken from water discharge gauges installed at the head and tail of each channel of the entire system.
Receiving a statin prescription within a year after diagnosis of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease was associated with a 21% decrease in the subsequent risk of all-cause mortality and a 45% drop in risk of pulmonary mortality according to the results of a large retrospective administrative database study.
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He and his colleagues studied outcomes in 135,000 pregnancies included in an administrative database in the Italian Puglia region from 2002 to 2012.
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Finally, our administrative database was only able to identify encounters with physicians who submit claims under a fee-for-service schedule or who provide services at a select number of CHCs in Toronto, and this may have contributed to an apparent overreporting of ambulatory care visits by study participants.
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PHIS is an administrative database that includes billing data, diagnosis codes, and procedure codes for about 44 freestanding children's hospitals nationwide, while Premier Perspective encompasses data from 522 hospitals nationwide.
Wright and colleagues analyzed the risk of diagnosing an occult uterine cancer at the time of myomectomy using an administrative database, which contained information on 41,777 myomectomy surgeries performed at 496 hospitals from 2006 to 2012.
The hospital's administrative database was used to identify all patients aged [greater than or equal to] 45 years who underwent elective non-cardiac surgery at the hospital between 2005 and 2012.

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