at top: UC-ReX data search query;
at bottom: LADR data search query
CTSI participates in two networks - the UC Research eXchange (UC-ReX) and Los Angeles Data Resource (LADR) - that give researchers access to patient counts derived from de-identified electronic health record data. We are excited to announce that these systems now enable you to search for patient populations based on vital signs, medications and laboratory test results, in addition to demographics, ICD-9 codes, and vital status.
These tools can be used to assess the feasibility of a particular research idea or to create NIH planned enrollment tables.
UC-ReX enables exploration of a combined population of over 13.8 million patients from the UC medical center databases at Los Angeles, Irvine, Davis, San Diego, and San Francisco.
LADR is a collaborative effort of major Los Angeles healthcare provider organizations. Currently, UCLA and Cedars-Sinai Medical Center contribute data from 7 million patients. Charles Drew University, University of Southern California, and Children's Hospital Los Angeles have joined LADR and will contribute data in the near future.
To start exploring patient cohorts in UC-ReX and LADR, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.