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National & International

PCORnet

Regenstrief is a proud member of PCORnet®, giving researchers access to real-world data at a national scale. This nation-wide collaboration offers the capacity to conduct transformative, high-impact clinical research with a unique combination of real-world data, patient partnerships, and health services research capabilities. PCORnet’s data draws from an unparalleled number of electronic health records (EHRs) with growing links to patient-reported and health plan data to create a powerful, standard data set that facilitates large-scale, multi-site research. Rigorously curated query processes and secure transfers make PCORnet an ideal platform for pragmatic trials and observational research.

OHDSI

Regenstrief is a member of the Observational Health Data Sciences and Informatics (OHDSI) collaboration (pronounced odyssey), which enhances the value of health data through large-scale analytics. This established network of international researchers and observational health databases generates evidence that promotes better health decisions and better care. OHDSI’s common model standardizes data to enable queries across the network and offers a suite of tools that enable data visualization and population-level research.

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TESTIMONIAL

I used RDS for extracting data on EHR usage logs and on clinician decisions. First, this provides baseline data for an upcoming intervention — a clinical decision support system to be used in primary care. Second, it will provide outcomes data post intervention to understand the effects of the intervention on clinician behavior.”

— Chris Harle, PhD
Professor, Health Outcomes and Biomedical Informatics, University of Florida College of Medicine
Chief Research Information Officer, University of Florida Health

 

State & Regional

Indiana CTSI & the ACT Network

Founded as a statewide partnership among Indiana University, Purdue University and the University of Notre Dame, the Indiana CTSI provides valuable research expertise, financial support and infrastructure such as lab equipment and technology. These resources, funded in part by the universities and the NIH’s Clinical and Translational Sciences Awards Program, enable the Indiana CTSI to support high-quality translational science at the state’s premier research universities.

 

The ACT Network is a real-time platform allowing researchers to explore and validate feasibility for clinical studies across the NCATS Clinical and Translational Science Award (CTSA) consortium, from their desktops. ACT helps researchers design and complete clinical studies, and is secure, HIPAA-compliant and IRB-approved.

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Greater Plains Collaboration

The Greater Plains Collaborative (GPC) is a network of 12 leading medical centers in 9 states committed to a shared vision of improving healthcare delivery through ongoing learning, adoption of evidence – based practices, and active research dissemination.

The GPC builds on strong research programs at our sites, existing community engagement and informatics infrastructures and data warehouses developed through the NIH Clinical and Translational Science Award (CTSA) initiative at most of our sites, extensive expertise with commercial EHR systems and terminology standardization, and strong working relationships between investigators and healthcare system information technology departments. Our network brings together a diverse population of over 21 million patients across 1,550 miles covering 9 states with a combined area of 758,325 square miles.

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MIDWEST AREA RESEARCH CONSORTIUM FOR HEALTH

Regenstrief Institute is a member of the Midwest Area Research Consortium for Health (MARCH). The mission of MARCH is to improve health through collaborative multidisciplinary clinical research and integration of evidence into clinical practice.

BENEFITS OF WORKING WITH MARCH

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INDIANA ADDICTION DATA COMMONS

In order to lower the barriers to data access related to the opioid crisis, Regenstrief Institute partners with data providers and stakeholders around the state to maintain the Indiana Addiction Data Commons (IADC). The IADC provides a more streamlined mechanism for researchers interested in obtaining both clinical and non-clinical data elements, such as information on policy, criminal justice, treatment resources, environmental factors, and population demographics that have remained largely siloed between various organizations. The IADC allows researchers to better understand the breadth and depth of information available and enables easier, standardized access to that data.