12-health system consortium to answer public’s COVID-19 questions using patient data 

Using the site, members of the public can send questions about grownups hospitalized with COVID-19, and consortium employee would evaluate the questions to determine if they have enough data to supply answers..

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Friday, September 18th, 2020
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UC San Diego Health, the Veterans Affairs healthcare system and 10 other health systems teamed up today to launch a COVID-19 research consortium that answers questions sent by the general public utilizing client record data..

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The COVID-19 concerns site can pull from information of more than 45 million patients, consisting of more than 59,000 who tested positive for COVID-19 and 29,000 who were hospitalized with the infection..

When results start coming in and become statistically significant, the responses would be posted back to the COVID-19questions. © Copyright ASC COMMUNICATIONS 2020. Intrigued in LINKING to or REPRINTING this material? View our policies by clicking here.

The concerns would be equated into a computer code and the 12 getting involved health systems would run the code by themselves client EHRs and report the outcomes back to the consortium. When results start coming in and end up being statistically meaningful, the responses would be posted back to the COVID-19questions. org site as information for researchers to analyze..

” No single health center alone has actually treated adequate clients with COVID-19 to be able to see reliable patterns emerge, and utilize that details to direct the direction of brand-new studies,” stated Lucila Ohno-Machado, MD, PhD, leader of the consortium and biomedical informatics chair at UC San Diego Health. “Thats why we formed the R2D2 Consortium.”.

The 12 health systems, representing more than 200 health centers, participating in the consortium are:.

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UC San Diego Health.
Cedars Sinai Medical Center (Los Angeles).
Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich (Germany).
San Mateo (Calif.) Medical.
University of California Davis Health (Sacramento).
University of California Irvine.
University of California Los Angeles.
University of California San Francisco.
University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus (Aurora).
University of Southern California (Los Angeles).
University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston and Memorial Hermann Health System.
Veterans Affairs Healthcare System (Los Angeles).