Additional Resources

Using Electronic Health Record Data in Pragmatic Clinical Trials


Section 9


Additional Resources

Contributors

Rachel Richesson, MS, PhD, MPH

Richard Platt, MD, MSc

Gregory Simon, MD, MPH

Lesley Curtis, PhD

Reesa Laws, BS

Adrian Hernandez, MD, MSH

Jon Puro, MPA-HA

Doug Zatzick, MD

Erik van Eaton, MD, FACS

Vincent Mor, PhD

 

Contributing Editor

Karen Staman, MS

Resource Description

User’s Guide to Computable Phenotypes
This document provides a practical framework that will help physicians, clinical researchers and informaticians evaluate published phenotype algorithms for re-use in
various purposes. The framework is divided into three phases, aligned with expected user roles:overall assessment, clinical validation, and technical review.
Key Issues in
Extracting Usable Data from Electronic Health Records for Pragmatic Clinical Trials
A working document from the NIH Collaboratory Biostatistics/Study Design
Core.
Phenotyping Tools
Demographics
Common Conditions

 

ADAPTABLE Tools for using patient-reported outcomes
ADAPTABLE Supplement Report: Patient-Reported Health Data and Metadata Standards in the ADAPTABLE Study Summary of patient-reported health data and metadata standards for the ADAPTABLE (Aspirin Dosing: A Patient-centric Trial Assessing Benefits and Long-Term Effectiveness) trial
LOINC ADAPTABLE patient-reported outcome set LOINC (Logical Observation Identifiers Names and Codes) provides re-usable standards clinical information in electronic reports.
Reference material for the patient-reported item set from ADAPTABLE in LOINC version 2.64 A GitHub repository for reference materials and slides that were used in the development of the ADAPTABLE item set

 

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Citation:

Richesson R, Platt P, Simon G, et al. Using Electronic Health Record Data in Pragmatic Clinical Trials: Additional Resources. In: Rethinking Clinical Trials: A Living Textbook of Pragmatic Clinical Trials. Bethesda, MD: NIH Health Care Systems Research Collaboratory. Available at: http://rethinkingclinicaltrials.org/chapters/design/using-electronic-health-record-data-pragmatic-clinical-trials-top/additional-resources/. Updated September 21, 2018. DOI: 10.28929/038.