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Health Data Trends Part II: New Data Types in the Datavant Ecosystem

In my first post, I reviewed the most common questions clients attempt to answer with health data. This time, I’ll review new data available through Datavant’s ecosystem partners and its value in answering specific questions. As partners continue to join our ecosystem, there are more opportunities for health systems, insurers and biopharma companies to connect data that completes the picture of patient health.

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How to Conduct More Effective HEOR Analyses with Linked Data
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Mortality Matters: Linking EHR with Multiple Death Data Sources for Accurate Outcome Analyses

Survival analysis is fundamental to countless areas of health research and treatment effectiveness studies. Analyses that consider only deaths recorded in the EHR under-represents true mortality.etc...

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Mortality Data In Healthcare Analytics
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Demystifying Mortality Data for Critical COVID-19 Insights

In this discussion, join Datavant, A3.AI, and the Columbia University Actuarial Science Program to learn more about the following topics:etc...

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Daily Deaths During Coronavirus Pandemic by State

John Hargraves and Daniel Kurowski
Using mortality data, the Health Care Cost Institute found that daily deaths in the United States were over 10 percent higher in 2020 than they had been in previous years. The data showed dramatic variations by geography. Since the end of March, New York daily death figures were double those from previous years. While New York deaths appeared to be declining by April, other states were on the rise.

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