clinical data repository


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clinical data repository

A computer platform that stores and consolidates data for real-time access to information about patients and patient care from a variety of internal systems.
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Using data collected within the Chicago Antimicrobial Resistance Project computerized clinical data repository (9) from September 1, 2001, to August 31, 2004, we developed an electronic rule to define persons with CA infection with S.
This is clearly an expensive proposition and when it is realized that the clinical data repository and pharmacy systems are needed as fundamental infrastructure, the figure could easily double.
The hospital's clinical data repository provides caregivers and physicians with clinical data on patients, and can be accessed through PCs in every patient room, with some records available to physicians using wireless PDAs.
These applications -- the Clinical Data Repository, Healthcare Data Dictionary, Enterprise Master Patient Index, Clinical Workstation Application, Clinical Documentation Application, Clinical Pathways Software, and Alert Management Software -- work seamlessly to integrate data from multiple care locations into individual, longitudinal patient records.
Those devices also have to communicate with the monitors, which in turn need to talk to a clinical data repository.
The program will cover: what disease management is and examples of successful programs; how to implement a disease management program; the roles of benchmarking, clinical pathways, and outcomes in disease management; how the clinical data repository and LIS can turn lab data into valuable information; and how to communicate that information to the clinician.
In Stage 2, ECM systems connect to the clinical data repository, enabling staff members to electronically access structured and unstructured content.
A clinical data repository (also called a patient disease registry) is a database that stores and coordinates clinical information for an entire population of patients.
NextGen Inpatient Clinicals version 2.3, which is a CCHIT Certified 2008 Inpatient EHR, includes clinical decision support, order management, advanced reporting, a clinical data repository, clinical documentation, physician notes, ekardex, results trending, medication management and core measure reporting.
"We have established a model of loose coupling that allows such sequences as an information exchange between two databases, followed by a query for a result in the clinical data repository, and a clinical decision support algorithm." The system can detect, for example, whether a particular medication could harm a patient in combination with other medication, or indicate that it may not be the most effective medicine given factors such as the patient's age or weight.
Specifically, the sections on clinical content associations and the clinical data repository. Other items to consider include;
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