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 software offers a registration toolbox which allows the creation of a database for the users in order to create registries and administrative database without the intervention of any expertise or computer programming skills.
To understand why firm productivity varies so widely, the researchers survey a random sample of firms in each of the EU's 28 nations and match the survey answers to an administrative database with firm-level information.
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.
The secondary analysis of the SPARCS administrative database compared subjects who did and who did not receive RSI, and used the demographic, diagnosis, procedure, and complication information to compare patient results for post-procedure length of stay (PPLOS), total charges (TC), in-hospital mortality (Mort), and the post-admission development of pressure ulcers (PU), and delirium (Del).
The money will go towards improving state workforce longitudinal administrative database, meant for evaluating the effectiveness of workforce and education programs.
Introduction: Variables, such as smoking and obesity, are rarely available in administrative databases. We explored the added value of including these data in an administrative database study evaluating the association of statin use with survival in kidney cancer.
In the British Columbia (BC) administrative database, the overall prevalence rate of OA in any joint was 10.8% in 2001 [3].
Mortality and morbidity in dialysis-dependent patients undergoing spinal surgery: analysis of a national administrative database in Japan.
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.
Articles were excluded for various reasons: the data source under review was not an electronic administrative database (e.g., medical charts), (18-20) the data were not from Canada, (21,22) or the article was a summary of other literature.
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.
A major weakness of the study is that the administrative database did not provide information about the histologic type of uterine corpus cancer.

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