MedMining v0

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Type declaration dctypes:Dataset
Title MedMining
Description This database is run by the Geisinger Health System and is a collection of data from Geisinger health plans and Geisinger facilities. Geisinger covers 44 counties and 4,187,091 patients in central and northeastern Pennsylvania and was one of the first systems to introduce Electronic Health Records (EHRs). The Health System is composed of over 5 hospital campuses, 75 medical and surgical specialties, 900 physicians, 500 advanced practitioners, 72 primary and specialty clinic sites, 39 community practice sites, over 275,000 members of the health plan (including 50,000 Medicare Advantage members), and over 37,000 contracted physicians/facilities. The database is updated in real-time. Laboratory results and episodic EHR data are available from the past 14 years. Inpatient, outpatient, and pharmacy data is linked by patient. Data is patient-centric maintaining only one record per patient recording information even if the patient moves in and out of the plan. The biggest advantage to MedMining is their robust use of electronic health records: all EHR data is fully integrated with claims with real-time updates from Geisinger facilities. Commonly utilized data are: EHR data, economic data, claims data, patient and physician survey; and chart reviews. Detailed physician specialty data is available. MedMining contains inpatient, outpatient, and mortality data. In addition to procedure data, Medmining also has information on measures of disease severity using tools such as pain scales, mini-Mental Status exams, BMD, T-Scores, and FRAX Scores. Unique to MedMining is that have out-of-network claims from care at non-Geisinger facilities. Treatment facility type data is also included.MedMining contains drug information for all patients, including: drug name, dose, and strength, days supply, quantity dispensed, date written, and date dispensed. Both inpatient and outpatient drug information is available. MedMining contains data on prior authorization and utilization management for prescriptions. It is undetermined if MedMining contains NDC or GPI drug codes and if information on prior authorization/utilization management is available.
Creators https://www.geisinger.org/
Publisher https://www.geisinger.org/
Version identifier 1999 to present
Version linking MedMining
Date of issue 2018-3-24
HTML page https://www.geisinger.org/conatcnt%20with%20the%20authorize%20people
Language http://lexvo.org/id/iso639-3/eng
Data source provenance Geisinger Health System
Creation tool Geisinger Health System own system and RDBMS databases
Distribution description MedMining v0 db
Keywords See Summary Level.
Rights See Summary Level.
Preferred prefix MedMining
Subject number 1000000

Jim Peters
Chief Executive Officer
jimpeters@medmining.com
Julie Rockey
Senior Director of Operations
jkrockey@medmining.com
Eric Meadows
Senior Director
esmeadows@medmining.com
570-214-96780
www.medmining.com

Facts about "MedMining v0"
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Dcat:keywordSee Summary Level. +
Dct:creatorhttps://www.geisinger.org/ +
Dct:descriptionThis database is run by the Geisinger Heal
This database is run by the Geisinger Health System and is a collection of data from Geisinger health plans and Geisinger facilities. Geisinger covers 44 counties and 4,187,091 patients in central and northeastern Pennsylvania and was one of the first systems to introduce Electronic Health Records (EHRs). The Health System is composed of over 5 hospital campuses, 75 medical and surgical specialties, 900 physicians, 500 advanced practitioners, 72 primary and specialty clinic sites, 39 community practice sites, over 275,000 members of the health plan (including 50,000 Medicare Advantage members), and over 37,000 contracted physicians/facilities. The database is updated in real-time. Laboratory results and episodic EHR data are available from the past 14 years. Inpatient, outpatient, and pharmacy data is linked by patient. Data is patient-centric maintaining only one record per patient recording information even if the patient moves in and out of the plan. The biggest advantage to MedMining is their robust use of electronic health records: all EHR data is fully integrated with claims with real-time updates from Geisinger facilities. Commonly utilized data are: EHR data, economic data, claims data, patient and physician survey; and chart reviews. Detailed physician specialty data is available. MedMining contains inpatient, outpatient, and mortality data. In addition to procedure data, Medmining also has information on measures of disease severity using tools such as pain scales, mini-Mental Status exams, BMD, T-Scores, and FRAX Scores. Unique to MedMining is that have out-of-network claims from care at non-Geisinger facilities. Treatment facility type data is also included.MedMining contains drug information for all patients, including: drug name, dose, and strength, days supply, quantity dispensed, date written, and date dispensed. Both inpatient and outpatient drug information is available. MedMining contains data on prior authorization and utilization management for prescriptions. It is undetermined if MedMining contains NDC or GPI drug codes and if information on prior authorization/utilization management is available.
ation/utilization management is available. +
Dct:isVersionOfMedMining +
Dct:issued24 March 2018 +
Dct:languagehttp://lexvo.org/id/iso639-3/eng +
Dct:publisherhttps://www.geisinger.org/ +
Dct:rightsSee Summary Level. +
Dct:sourceGeisinger Health System +
Dct:titleMedMining +
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Idot:preferredPrefixMedMining +
Pav:createdWithGeisinger Health System own system and RDBMS databases +
Pav:version1999 to present +
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Subject number1,000,000 +