Clinical Data Warehouse Project Aims to Improve Neurotrauma Care and Research

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Executive Summary

Leaders of the University of California, San Francisco's (UCSF) Brain and Spinal Injury Center (BASIC) say that situation is tragic - and they've undertaken a two-year project with the University of California, Berkeley (UCB), and the Intel Digital Health Group to start changing it. Efforts to integrate healthcare data sources are hampered by a lack of standards, stringent privacy requirements, long-standing cultural issues, and continued reliance on paper solutions and proprietary applications. Using open source software and standards-based Intel technologies, the UCSF Critical Care Data Warehouse Project provides authorized researchers with a single-source view of information from three independent clinical sources: a Phillips CareVUE ICU electronic medical record, a mainframe-based lifetime care record that utilizes Siemens Invision, and real-time information from bedside clinical monitors and equipment.

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