The most reliable and accurate method is to re-do the full data extraction at every refresh. This means all previously extracted data will be re-extracted along with any new data since the previous extraction. All data will be re-processed and the clinician’s DPT will be updated accordingly.
Once your practice has enrolled, data will be automatically extracted from your practice’s EMR – approximately every 3-6 months – and the DPT will be updated accordingly. If there are any changes to the type of data collected or uses of data, all practices will be informed of the changes and we would ask for … Read more What am I committing to in the longer term?
CPCSSN does NOT extract all patient data. CPCSSN extracts mainly structured data (e.g. lab values, blood pressure) and not notes or PDFs contained within EMR. CPCSSN does NOT extract identifiable information—we take great pains to extract only de-identified data. Data are extracted from specific fields (e.g. billing, health condition, reason for visit, lab, medications) and … Read more What data are extracted from patient records?
Each type of EMR system differs slightly in the extraction process. Data extractions occur twice each year (or quarterly in some regions) on June 30 and December 31. The data cleaning, coding, and standardization processes usually take 1-2 months after the data are extracted. Your DPT will be automatically updated after these processes are complete.
Each regional CPCSSN network performs the data extraction for sentinels in their local network, with the data stored on a secure local server at Queen’s University and/or on a secure server within the appropriate academic institution (e.g. university). Once the data are cleaned and processed locally, regional data from each network is merged into the … Read more After data extraction where are the EMR data stored?