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Clinical research powered by medical data from hospitals in the greater Los Angeles area.

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Intro


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Clinical research powered by medical data from hospitals in the greater Los Angeles area.

 

What is LADR?

The Los Angeles Data Resource (LADR) is a joint project of major Los Angeles health care provider organizations aimed at enabling clinical investigators to explore the size of potential research study cohort across each participating institution. By integrating medical records and clinical research data, investigators in the greater Los Angeles area are able to find sets of aggregated patient information through a web-based application all while preserving patient privacy.

Through LADR, investigators can obtain patient cohorts used to:

  • expand from single to multi-site enrollment
  • complete NIH targeted enrollment information
  • increase cohort identification for rare diseases

 

 

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 Designed for self-service data exploration.

 

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 Designed for self-service data exploration.

 

 

What data is available?

LADR currently allows for the interactive searches of data derived from Cedars Sinai, USC and UCLA.

The following data types are available in LADR:

  • Demographics
  • ICD-9 codes
  • Medications
  • Vital Signs
  • Vital Status

We are continually working on identifying the data available at each of the institutions and hope to include information such as Visit Details, ICD-10 codes, Laboratory Tests and CPT codes in the near future.

 
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How to Start


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How to Start


Start Now.Gain access by contacting your site.