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Title Premier Healthcare Databse
Description Premier is a full clinical and financial database. Inpatient, outpatient clinics within the hospital system, and pharmacy claims are available from 2000 containing over 96 million patients and 390 million hospital discharges. Inpatient, outpatient, and pharmacy claims are linked by patient. EHR data is available through chart abstractions if needed and is linked with Optum/Quality Metrics. This linkage can also provide long-term care data.The database is a complete census of all US patients in hospitals with no selection bias and no gaps in the data. 12+ years and 96+ million patients and 390+ million discharges.Premier contains inpatient, outpatient, disease, and mortality data. On its ownPremier captures all inpatient charge information and the link with Optum captures actual claims. The following charge data master information is available: hospital inpatient records, admission date, discharge date, and procedure codes. The following outpatient data is available: non-hospital patient records, date of service, and procedure codes. All disease are included in the database and severity is measured through the 3M APR-DRG Severity of Illness code. Mortality data is captured.
Publisher https://www.premierinc.com/
HTML page https://www.premierinc.com/transforming-healthcare/healthcare-performance-improvement/premier-applied-sciences/
Update frequency Monthly. It generally takes 90-120 days for prescription data to be made available in Premier.
Alternative titles PHD, Premier Healthcare Database
License https://www.premierinc.com/wpdm-package/research/
Rights Premier has research and analyst support available. A 3-4 hour WebEx session is the standard training time. Cost. A minimum one-year license is required. kevin_kozel@premierinc.com 570-335-1184
References https://learn.premierinc.com/data-and-health-it
Citations https://learn.premierinc.com/pharmacy-and-research/premier-healthcare-database-whitepaper
Preferred prefix Premier Healthcare Database
Version linking Premier v0
Publications using this dataset https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/?term=%22Premier+Database%22%5Btiab%5D+OR+%22Premier+Healthcare%22%5Btiab%5D
Publication number 103
Patient type Clinical and financial database
Geographic area Complete census of all US patients
Method entities in publications T-test, Cox Proportional Hazards, Logistic Regression, Wilcoxon Rank Sum Test, Wilcoxon Rank-sum Test, Analysis Of Variance, KruskalWallis, Cox Regression, Kruskal-Wallis, Wilcoxon, MannWhitney, Linear Discriminant Analysis, K-means, Linear Regression, Logistic Regression Model, Chi-square, Regression Model, Chi Square, Chi-squared Test, Chisquared, Chi-square Test, T Test, Bootstrap, Propensity Score Analysis, Fishers Exact Test, Propensity Score Matching, Nearest Neighbor, Cox Model, Hazard Model, F Test, Kruskal-Wallis Test, Chisquare Test, Chi-squared, Proportional Hazards Regression, Poisson Regression, MannWhitney U Test, Chisquare, Mann-Whitney, KruskalWallis Test, ANOVA, Paired T-test, Chi Square Test, Fisher's Exact Test, Chi Squared Test, Decision Tree Model, Inverse Probability Weighting, Wilcoxon Mann Whitney Test, McNemars Test, Mann Whitney, Wilcoxon-Mann-Whitney Test, Proportional Hazards, Survival Analysis, Kaplan-Meier Survival, Linear Regression Model, Cochran-Armitage Test For Trend
Top methods in publications Chi-Squared Test (41.05%), K-Means (38.95%), Decision Tree Model (27.37%), Logistic Regression (21.05%), Propensity Score Matching (14.74%), Kruskal-Wallis Test (13.68%), Linear Discriminant Analysis (11.58%), Regression Model (11.58%), Linear Regression (8.42%), T-Test (8.42%)
Availability Proprietary. A minimum one-year license is required.
Publication-based Popularity Index 17.4
Facts about "Premier"
AvailabilityProprietary. A minimum one-year license is required. +
Cito:citesAsAuthorityhttps://learn.premierinc.com/pharmacy-and-research/premier-healthcare-database-whitepaper +
Cito:citesAsDataSourcehttps://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/?term="Premier+Database"[tiab+OR+"Premier+Healthcare"[tiab]] +
Dct:accrualPeriodicityMonthly. It generally takes 90-120 days for prescription data to be made available in Premier. +
Dct:alternativePHD + and Premier Healthcare Database +
Dct:descriptionPremier is a full clinical and financial d
Premier is a full clinical and financial database. Inpatient, outpatient clinics within the hospital system, and pharmacy claims are available from 2000 containing over 96 million patients and 390 million hospital discharges. Inpatient, outpatient, and pharmacy claims are linked by patient. EHR data is available through chart abstractions if needed and is linked with Optum/Quality Metrics. This linkage can also provide long-term care data.The database is a complete census of all US patients in hospitals with no selection bias and no gaps in the data. 12+ years and 96+ million patients and 390+ million discharges.Premier contains inpatient, outpatient, disease, and mortality data. On its ownPremier captures all inpatient charge information and the link with Optum captures actual claims. The following charge data master information is available: hospital inpatient records, admission date, discharge date, and procedure codes. The following outpatient data is available: non-hospital patient records, date of service, and procedure codes. All disease are included in the database and severity is measured through the 3M APR-DRG Severity of Illness code. Mortality data is captured.
Illness code. Mortality data is captured. +
Dct:licensehttps://www.premierinc.com/wpdm-package/research/ +
Dct:publisherhttps://www.premierinc.com/ +
Dct:referenceshttps://learn.premierinc.com/data-and-health-it +
Dct:rightsPremier has research and analyst support available. A 3-4 hour WebEx session is the standard training time. Cost. A minimum one-year license is required. kevin_kozel@premierinc.com 570-335-1184 +
Dct:titlePremier Healthcare Databse +
Foaf:pagehttps://www.premierinc.com/transforming-healthcare/healthcare-performance-improvement/premier-applied-sciences/ +
Geographic areaComplete census of all US patients +
Idot:preferredPrefixPremier Healthcare Database +
Methods in publicationsT-test +, Cox Proportional Hazards +, Logistic Regression +, Wilcoxon Rank Sum Test +, Wilcoxon Rank-sum Test +, Analysis Of Variance +, KruskalWallis +, Cox Regression +, Kruskal-Wallis +, Wilcoxon +, MannWhitney +, Linear Discriminant Analysis +, K-means +, Linear Regression +, Logistic Regression Model +, Chi-square +, Regression Model +, Chi Square +, Chi-squared Test +, Chisquared +, Chi-square Test +, T Test +, Bootstrap +, Propensity Score Analysis +, Fishers Exact Test +, Propensity Score Matching +, Nearest Neighbor +, Cox Model +, Hazard Model +, F Test +, Kruskal-Wallis Test +, Chisquare Test +, Chi-squared +, Proportional Hazards Regression +, Poisson Regression +, MannWhitney U Test +, Chisquare +, Mann-Whitney +, KruskalWallis Test +, ANOVA +, Paired T-test +, Chi Square Test +, Fisher's Exact Test +, Chi Squared Test +, Decision Tree Model +, Inverse Probability Weighting +, Wilcoxon Mann Whitney Test +, McNemars Test +, Mann Whitney +, Wilcoxon-Mann-Whitney Test +, Proportional Hazards +, Survival Analysis +, Kaplan-Meier Survival +, Linear Regression Model + and Cochran-Armitage Test For Trend +
PPI17.4 +
Patient typeClinical and financial database +
Pav:hasCurrentVersionPremier v0 +
Publication number103 +
Rdf:typedctypes:Dataset +
Top methods in publicationsChi-Squared Test (41.05%), K-Means (38.95%
Chi-Squared Test (41.05%), K-Means (38.95%), Decision Tree Model (27.37%), Logistic Regression (21.05%), Propensity Score Matching (14.74%), Kruskal-Wallis Test (13.68%), Linear Discriminant Analysis (11.58%), Regression Model (11.58%), Linear Regression (8.42%), T-Test (8.42%)
Linear Regression (8.42%), T-Test (8.42%) +