Familial, Associational, & Incidental Relationships (FAIR)Community Engagement and Research Symposia
Start Date7-11-2014 8:00 AM
DescriptionIdentifying familial linkages in a phenotypic data warehouse can be valuable in cohort identification, and beginning to understand interactions of diseases among families. The goal of the Familial, Associational, & Incidental Relationships (FAIR) system is to identify an index set patients’ relationships through elements in a data warehouse. Using a test set of 500 children, we measured the sensitivity and specificity of available linkage algorithm (e.g.: insurance id and phone numbers) and validated this tool/algorithm through a manual chart audit. Sensitivity varied from 16% to 87%, and specificity from 70% to 100% using various combinations of identifiers. Using the “i2b2” warehouse infrastructure, we have now developed a web app that facilitates FAIR for any index population.
- familial relationships,
- clinical data warehouse
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Citation InformationThomas M. English, Michael J. Davis, Rebecca L. Kinney, Ariana Kamberi, et al.. "Familial, Associational, & Incidental Relationships (FAIR)" (2014)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/rajani_sadasivam/32/