Methods for identifying 30 chronic conditions: application to administrative data

dianagosalvez Diana Gosalvez Prados última modificación 2/09/2015 13:36

Multimorbidity is common and associated with poor clinical outcomes and high health care costs. Administrative data are a promising tool for studying the epidemiology of multimorbidity. Our goal was to derive and apply a new scheme for using administrative data to identify the presence of chronic conditions and multimorbidity.

Tonelli M, Wiebe N, Fortin M, Guthrie B, Hemmelgarn BR, James MT, Klarenbach SW, Lewanczuk R, Manns BJ, Ronksley P, Sargious P, Straus S, Quan H; Alberta Kidney Disease Network. Methods for identifying 30 chronic conditions: application to administrative data. BMC Med Inform Decis Mak. 2015 Apr 17;15:31. Available at: http://www.biomedcentral.com/1472-6947/15/31


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2/09/2015
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Tonelli M, Wiebe N, Fortin M, Guthrie B, Hemmelgarn BR, James MT, Klarenbach SW, Lewanczuk R, Manns BJ, Ronksley P, Sargious P, Straus S, Quan H; Alberta Kidney Disease Network.

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