CTSI provides researchers with access to clinical data from Froedtert Health & Children’s Wisconsin. Each organization has its own research data toolset.
Froedtert tools include the Clinical Research Data Warehouse (CRDW) and an Image De-identification Service Center, while Children’s is currently limited to the CRDW.
These self-service CRDWs integrate health information from electronic health record systems as well as other valuable data resources such as legacy billing from GE/IDX, the MCW Tissue Bank, and NAACCR tumor registry.
Cohort discovery query tools, i2b2 and TriNetX, enable HIPAA-compliant de-identified querying of clinical information to generate counts and patient sets
Honest Broker tools allow unlimited extraction of curated data domain tables in fully de-identified format and facilitate PHI extract requests for researchers with approved IRB protocols
Jupyter Hub offers the power of a computational environment to researchers with advanced data science skills, allowing them to independently query and analyze encrypted Honest Broker tables directly
LEARN MORE ABOUT CTSI IMAGE DE-IDENTIFICATION SERVICE HERE
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