Real-World Evidence & Sources
Evidence Data Lake
The data ecosystem is fragmented and constantly changing. STATinMED data lake management services provide rich opportunities to focus the research approach and tailor data needs, analyzing retrospectively while capturing prospectively. We offer insights using data encompassing >80% of the US health care system with all-payer medical and pharmacy claims. Data from clearinghouses reveal transactions between payers and providers with comprehensive coverage at the patient level.
Repository from 2014 to most current quarter (1-month data lag)
Longitudinal tracking across data sources, pharmacy, and sites of care (inpatient, outpatient, ACO/facility)
Patients from all US geographic regions including HI, AK, and Puerto Rico
No delay or interruption with data access and project kick-off in 1 week
300 million unique patients, deidentified, tokenized; HIPAA-compliant
Commercial, Medicare FFS and Advantage, Medicaid all 50 states
Linked via direct matching algorithm
In-depth visibility into payer account details at transaction level
Providers & Prescriptions
Providers include 97% HCP specialties (PA, NP, RN); full life cycle of pharmacy and Rx claims
In addition to working with traditional claims and data sources in the US commercial and government spaces, STATinMED actively explores current and relevant sources to offer the most complete reporting of outcomes.
Our heat map diagrams present national data at the county level on a variety of categorical variables. The maps can present two categories simultaneously or single categories in a way that tells a clear geographic story.
Our radar charts are informative visual tools that compare multiple variables and convey a holistic picture.
Our bubble charts present up to three variables simultaneously to visually focus highly granular categories that traditionally take several figures and explanatory text to describe.
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