The main goal of B.R.I.D.G.E. is to profile databases from around the world with the most current information. Although we try to include as many profiles as possible, we unfortunately cannot profile every database. We work with each database manager to ensure their database profile is complete and accurate, as well as receive explicit permission for their database to be listed. Some reasons for declined participation are time constraints, non-commercial interests, and information disclosure restrictions.
Based on user requests, we have updated the search logic for the “Drug Data” criterion. When you choose 'Yes' for the “Drug Data” field, all the database profiles with the following search results will appear as a 100% match:
- Yes: Prescription & OTC
- Yes: Prescription only
- Yes: OTC only
We hope you will find this feature useful and continue sharing your user experiences with us!
We are happy to include eMAX Health EMR Claims+ (USA) to our compendium of database profiles. This database integrates EMR details with longitudinal claims for complete patient follow-up including lab results. The EMRClaims+ database is derived through contracted payer, provider, and specialty pharmacy networks in order to provide comprehensive data on healthcare service and all aspects of clinical care for currently over 20 million patients treated in the Midwest region of the United States during the period from 1988 to present.
Download Dr. Jones’ presentation - “Where are the data?” Identifying population data to evaluate risk, use, cost and benefit of medical products – presented at the ASCPT Workshop: Registries and Databases in Clinical Research on March 22, 2014.
DGI moved to a new location: 9302 Lee Highway, Suite 700, Fairfax, VA 22031. We will provide you with our NEW TELEPHONE & FAX NUMBERS as soon as possible.
We are making strides into adding new database profiles from more countries. We now have our first profile from Faroe Islands: Faroe Islands/Faroese Cancer Registry.
Download our B.R.I.D.G.E. TO DATA poster presented recently (November 5-6, 2013) at the OMOP-IMEDS* Symposium in Bethesda, Maryland - “Using an Online Database Resource to Characterize Healthcare Data Linkage Capabilities”. If you wish to read or download our other posters presented in the past, please click here.