What's new

We just updated the 10 IQVIA Oncology Dynamics database profiles in our resource (China, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Saudi Arabia, South Korea, Spain, and UK.) In the process, we uploaded 4 new ones from Belgium, Brazil, Bulgaria, and Romania.

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The IBM® MarketScan® Dental Database is a patient-level linked dental and medical insurance claims database that contains ~28.6 million covered lives. Established in 2005, this database is used for longitudinal and comparative analyses of diseases, treatment patterns, costs, duration of therapy, concomitant therapies, and other research purposes. 

ADOReg is a nationwide German prospective registry for health services research in dermatologic oncology. The skin cancer registry ADOReg was developed by ADO and ONKODATAMED GmbH working in collaboration - in 2014. The data come from skin cancer treating sites (59 as of 2021) which treat ~8,500 patients, who have one of the following types of skin cancer:

- Malignant Melanoma

The Tempus N & ASCO/CancerLinQ® is a longitudinal population database covering over 25% of all cancer patients in the US and utilizes electronic medical records for Biological Modeling, Next-generation sequencing (NGS)/Pathology, Real World Data Aggregation & Analytics (standard and bespoke); and Technology applications (Custom and Machine Learning) embedded into its platform.

Have you ever wanted to try our nonprofit resource, www.bridgetodata.org, to conduct a search and find the right database or registry for your project or research work? If so, this would be a great time, because new users get 10% off – but only through the end of September.

The Estonian Abortion Registry is run by the National Institute for Health Development. Information about all induced abortions is collected in the central digital Abortion Registry since 1996. Data are collected from an Abortion Card which is filled in for every abortion that has taken place in a health care institution by all health care institutions (incl. private doctors) who do abortions or provide medical care to women who have had an abortion.

The Rheumatology Informatics System for Effectiveness (RISE) registry is a Qualified Clinical Data Registry (QCDR) developed by the American College of Rheumatology to help clinicians and researchers. RISE is the first and largest electronic health record (EHR)-enabled rheumatology registry collecting 2.6 Million records in the United States since 2014. It is a rheumatology-specific registry and includes patients with all medical conditions seen by a rheumatologist and all insurance types.

The new Medical Data Vision (EBM Provider®) Health Insurance Association Database contains inpatient and outpatient information from different institutions. Data are available since April 2012 containing >6 million patient data from more than 120 health insurance associations. The database has diagnosis, procedure, drug and cost data.