Technical Data Core
The Technical Data Core (TDC) focuses on leveraging electronic health records (EHRs), administrative data and other health care system data sources to conduct ePCTs among people living with dementia (PLWD) and their care partners.
|Julie Bynum, MD, MPH|
- Develops and disseminates data algorithms to identify and characterize PLWD and their care partners from EHRs and administrative datasets.
- Develops and disseminates algorithms that capture relevant health outcomes of PLWD and their care partners from secondary and primary data sources.
- Gives technical assistance to investigators conducting ePCTs in PLWD by providing data and guidance for: 1. Power calculations based on eligibility criteria, cohort size and outcome selection; 2. Real-time recruitment; 3. Automating data extraction for reporting and analysis; 4. Quantifying outcomes and; 5. Embedding trial-specific clinical notifications or adherence monitoring reports into EHRs.
- Enables investigator access to remote enclaves of sensitive data (e.g., EHRs, private claims records).
|Chiang-Hua Chang, PhD, MS||Research Assistant Professor, University of Michigan|
|David Dorr, MD, MS||Professor and Vice Chair of Medical Informatics and Clinical Epidemiology, Professor of Medicine, Division of General Internal Medicine and Geriatrics, Chief Research Information Officer, Biomedical Informatics Graduate Program, Oregon Health & Science University School of Medicine|
|Julie Lima, PhD, MPH||Assistant Professor, Health Services, Policy & Practice, Brown University School of Public Health|
|Ellen McCreedy, PhD||Assistant Professor, Brown University School of Public Health|
|Richard Platt, MD, MSc||Professor and Chair of the Department of Population Medicine, Harvard Medical School
Executive Director, Harvard Pilgrim Health Care Institute
|V.G. Vinod Vydiswaran, PhD||Assistant Professor of Learning Health Sciences, University of Michigan|
- Grand Rounds: Using a Pilot to Test and Refine Your Measurement Strategy
- Podcast: Continuing the Conversation on Using a Pilot to Test and Refine Your Measurement Strategy