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The Physician Masterfile includes education, training and professional certification information on virtually all Doctors of Medicine (MD) and Doctors of Osteopathic Medicine (DO) in the United States, Puerto Rico, Virgin Islands, and certain Pacific Islands. It includes current and historical data for more than 1.4 million physicians, residents, and medical students in the United States. This figure includes approximately 411,000 graduates of foreign medical schools who reside in the United States and who have met the educational and credentialing requirements necessary for recognition.
ACCORD was a large clinical trial examining methods of lowering the rate of cardiovascular disease in adults with type two diabetes. The study was composed of three clinical trials: an intensive lowering of blood sugar levels, intensive lowering of blood pressure, and treatment of multiple blood lipids with a combination of a fibrate and a statin. The study enrolled 10,251 adults beginning in 2001.
This dataset is the NYU Langone submission to the ACC NCDR ACTION registry.The American College of Cardiology National Cardiovascular Data Registry (ACC NCDR) ACTION registry focuses on high risk STEMI/NSTEMI patient demographics. The registry takes in demographics, provider and facility characteristics, adverse event rates, AMI performance measures, quality measures, test measures, dosing errors, risk-adjusted metrics, transfer facility therapies, reperfusion strategies, ACC/AHA guideline adherence, and registry performance award data.
This dataset is the NYU Langone submission to the ACC NCDR CathPCI registry. The American College of Cardiology National Cardiovascular Data Registry (ACC NCDR) CathPCI Registry assesses characteristics, treatments, and outcomes of cardiac disease patients who receive diagnostic catheterization or percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI) procedures. The registry data measures adherence to ACC/AHA clinical practice guideline recommendations, procedure performance standards, and appropriate use criteria for coronary revascularization. The CathPCI registry collects demographics, provider and facility characteristics, history/risk factors, cardiac status, treated lesions, intracoronary device utilization rates, adverse event rates, appropriate use criteria and compliance with ACC/AHA clinical guideline recommendations.
This dataset is the NYU Langone submission to the ACC NCDR ICD Registry. The American College of Cardiology National Cardiovascular Data Registry (ACC NCDR) ICD Registry collects information on implantable cardioverter defibrillator patients. The registry includes treatment patterns, clinical outcomes, device safety and overall quality of care. The ICD registry includes data on demographics, provider characteristics, facility characteristics, device types, device characteristics, atrial data, ventricular data, defibrillator data, left-heart data, adverse event rates, compliance with ACC/AHA/HRS guideline recommendations, and data on CMS requirement adherence.
The American Community Survey (ACS) is an ongoing survey that provides data every year -- giving communities the current information they need to plan investments and services. Information from the survey generates data that help determine how more than $400 billion in federal and state funds are distributed each year. To help communities, state governments, and federal programs, we ask about: age, sex, race, family and relationships, income and benefits, health insurance, education, veteran status, disabilities, where you work and how you get there, and where you live and how much you pay for some essentials.
This is NYU Langone's submission to the American Heart Association’s Get with the Guidelines - Stroke (GWTG-Stroke) registry. The GWTG-Stroke registry collects information on hospital adherence to the AHA's stroke guidelines. The registry collects data on how hospitals respond to stroke including medicines prescribed, procedures, follow-up care scheduled, and patient education. The registry collects data on secondary prevention guidelines, including pharmacological and lifestyle interventions. The registry also collects demographic, diagnoses and length of stay. The GWTG-Stroke registry also provides aggregated benchmark data generated from its participant data. Data is used to identify areas for opportunities and program improvement.
The American Time Use Survey (ATUS) provides nationally representative estimates of how, where, and with whom Americans spend their time, and is the only federal survey providing data on the full range of nonmarket activities, from childcare to volunteering.
ALLHAT was a large antihypertensive trial and lipid-lowering trial and included large numbers of patients over age 65, women, African-Americans, and patients with diabetes, treated largely in community practice settings. Participants were men and women aged 55 years and over with a history of hypertension. Data collected includes participant physical measures, demographics, health behaviors, medical events, hospitalizations, use of antihypertensive medications, use of lipid-lowering medications, use of pravastatin, study retention, medication adherence and administrative details.
The Area Health Resources Files (AHRF) provides current as well as historic data for more than 6,000 variables for each of the nation's counties, as well as state and national data. It contains information on health facilities, health professions, measures of resource scarcity, health status, economic activity, health training programs, and socioeconomic and environmental characteristics. In addition, the basic file contains geographic codes and descriptors which enable it to be linked to many other files and to aggregate counties into various geographic groupings.