Representing Analytic Data for Research Purposes

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This page is listing 3 terminologies but the hyperlinks are identical.

The third standard, the linked website does not have any medical devices terminology there. (not even a word device is on the page). The device terminology link should be corrected or the item removed.

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I Agree this list needs better curation. If appropriate it should be reviewed and approved by CDISC folks. What is here is not useful.

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In addition to CDISC standards, AllOfUs project (and many others) are using OMOP Common Data Model to standardize data.

 

This standard should be added to the list

Specs are here

https://github.com/ohdsi/commondatamodel/wiki

 

OMOP CDM Conformance testing tool is here

https://github.com/OHDSI/Achilles

 

cost is free

adoption: 2 dots

both maturities are: production/final

 

 

 

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This is an example of a poorly crafted interoperability need. What is “analytic data” and which kinds of “research purposes” is this meant to cover? More importantly though is why/how is this need is different from all of the other kinds of content listed elsewhere in the ISA (e.g. Lab tests, medications, diagnoses, etc). Certainly all of the large scale observational research networks (OMOP, Mini Sentinel, OHDSI, PCORnet) have developed common data models that employ many of the same vocabularies (LOINC, SNOMED, ICD) listed elsewhere in the ISA.