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Helpful tips on using i2b2 at UF Health! Read More  Do! Put a specified date range on one of the columns linked in the same encounter. Put the date range […]

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Why Get Data from the IDR?

Need More? Contact the i2b2 team  i2b2support@ahc.ufl.edu.

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Steady Growth in i2b2

Since September 2012, data are continuously updated into the i2b2 query tool.  Today we have information for almost 600,000 patients and we have curated nearly 300 million patient facts. Log in to […]

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Jan 2016 IDR by the numbers

IDR by the Numbers

UF Health i2b2 data uploaded monthly. More information, contact the i2b2 team  i2b2support@ahc.ufl.edu.

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Searchable Data in i2b2

The following categories of data are searchable in the Gainesville i2b2. Patient demographics Biorepository specimen availability Diagnoses (ICD-9-CM, problem list) Procedures (ICD-9-CM, CPT4) Immunizations Inpatient and outpatient encounter characteristics Pain […]

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IDR

The UF Health Integrated Data Repository (IDR) was created to serve as a common source of information to be used by clinicians, executives, researchers and educators.  The IDR enables new research discoveries as well as patient care quality and safety improvements through a continuous cycle of information flows between our clinical enterprise and research community. In its simplest form, a data repository is a collection of disparate data organized in a manner that lends itself to understanding relationships between data elements to answer questions.

What data are in the IDR?
The UF Health IDR currently consists of a Clinical Data Warehouse (CDW) that aggregates data from the various clinical and administrative information systems, including the Epic EMR. The CDW contains demographics, inpatient and outpatient clinical encounter data, diagnoses, procedures, lab results, medications, select nursing assessments, co-morbidity measures and select perioperative anesthesia information system data. The CDW data contains “Fully Identified Data” and is fundamental to institutional business processes and secured per UF&Shands policies.

Who developed the IDR?
The UF Health IDR Team is a multi-disciplinary group comprised of members from Shands Decision and Support Services (DSS), AHC IT, AHC faculty, IRB and the Clinical and Translational Science Institute (CTSI). The IDR Team was formed to develop and implement tools that increase access to institutional data, in a secure and HIPAA-compliant environment, for research, clinical and educational activities.

How can the IDR be used for research?
While the IDR’s CDW cannot be directly accessed for research, a HIPAA-compliant "Limited Data Set" that replicates data from the CDW (with identifiers removed) has been approved for faculty researchers to query for the purposes of identifying cohort counts as they prepare grant proposals, plan clinical trials, write IRB protocols and conduct other preparatory research activities. Researchers can run these queries using UF&Shands i2b2, a Web-based query and analysis tool. After using i2b2 to determine cohort counts and answer similar research feasibility questions, researchers can apply for IRB approval to obtain more extensive data from the CDW. With IRB approval, the IDR Team will act as an “Honest Broker” to provide a research data set, which may be used for various research purposes ranging from answering additional study feasibility questions to conducting complete analyses for retrospective studies.

How can the IDR be used for clinical or educational activities?
The IDR Team is currently planning and developing new uses of the IDR to support clinical and educational activities. The Team is open to new ideas from the UF Health community on how this growing resource can be utilized.

For more information, contact the IDR Team at i2b2support@ahc.ufl.edu

Recent News

i2b2 Quarterly Data Refresh

OCTOBER 2016 Integrated Data Repository i2b2: The Cohort Discovery Tool 837,086 Patients 549 Million Observations 36.84 Million Procedures 7.48 Million Patient Visits and 29,794 patients who have agreed to be recontacted […]

IDR Studio–Friday, June 24, 2016

1:30 — 3:00 pm AHC C3-13 (Communicore) (map) Discover the power of the IDR toolbox! This studio will provide a “hands-on” opportunity to explore i2b2. Learn about data that are […]

New i2b2 Stats

JANUARY 2016 Integrated Data Repository i2b2: The Cohort Discovery Tool 709,422 Patients 492 Million Observations 30.5 Million Procedures 5.65 Million Patient Visits and 24,138 patients who have agreed to be recontacted […]

IDR Studio Friday, June 24, 2016

Friday, June 24, 2016 1:30  — 3:00 pm AHC C3-13 (Communicore) (map) Discover the power of the IDR toolbox! This studio will provide a “hands-on” opportunity to explore i2b2. Learn about […]

IDR Studio in Jacksonville — October 2, 2014 Program and PowerPoints

PowerPoint Presentations: IDR Jacksonville Studio i2b2 Demonstration IDR Studio Jacksonville i2b2 Demonstration AGENDA Welcome Julie Fesenmaier, MA, Director IDR Research Services Introduction: The Research Mission of the IDR William Hogan, […]