Ever thought of trying out our B.R.I.D.G.E. TO DATA resource to find healthcare databases for your study/project? This is a great time to give it a shot, especially if you have a small sum of money left over in your annual budget.
We are pleased to announce six new database profiles from IQVIA in our resource.
The Swedish Arthroplasty Register (SAR) is a National Quality Register. It is a merger of the two oldest national arthroplasty registers, the Swedish Knee Arthroplasty Register and the Swedish Hip Arthroplasty Register, including knee replacements since 1975, hip replacements since 1979, hemiarthroplasties since 2005, and knee osteotomies since 2013. Reoperations, revisions and other procedures, related to the knee or hip are registered, as well as patient-reported outcome(s).
Started in 2014, STATinMED’s licensed all-payer medical, and pharmacy claims dataset (STATinMED Real World Data Insights) provides insight into approximately 80% of the US healthcare system. These data are comparable with other all-payer claims repositories as they are sourced directly from claims clearinghouses, which are responsible to manage claims transactions between payers and providers, offering comprehensive coverage at the patient level across the US healthcare system.
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The Norwegian Immunisation Registry SYSVAK (national vaccination register) is a nationwide electronic vaccination register established in 1995. Until October 2009, the reporting obligation to SYSVAK only covered vaccines given in the childhood vaccination programme. During the flu pandemic in 2009, reporting was also introduced for the vaccine against pandemic flu. Starting January 2011, the reporting obligation was extended to apply to all vaccinations for all age groups in the population.
Established in October 2011, TURKBIO is the first nationwide biological database contributed by 15 different centers across Turkey. TURKBIO is a registry that allows patients to enter data using electronic touchscreens.
Launched April 1, 2015, the National Congenital Anomaly and Rare Disease Registration Service (NCARDRS) records information on people with congenital abnormalities and rare diseases across the whole of England. NCARDRS includes information from the following registries, which individually collected data in the past:
- Congenital Anomaly Register for Oxfordshire, Berkshire and Buckinghamshire (CAROBB)
The National Cancer Registry of Ireland (NCRI) was established in 1991 and has been collecting comprehensive cancer information for the population of the Republic of Ireland since 1994. This information is used in research into the causes of cancer, in education and information programmes, and in the planning and management of cancer services to deliver the best cancer care to the whole population.
We are excited to add three new profiles from Denmark and Sweden to our resource of over 400 healthcare database profiles.