More Clinical Data Resources

The ability to access, aggregate, and analyze medical record data can be a key component in research breakthroughs which ultimately impact patients. These tools and services are available to enable University of Michigan biomedical investigators in their research.

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Access

ACCESS

DataDirect
Inform your study design and determine eligible patients with this easy, self-service tool that offers a standard set of up-to-date patient data from MiChart.
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Mi2b2
Efficiently identify potential candidates for clinical studies by obtaining
aggregate patient counts using this self-service tool and search criteria like demographics or diagnoses codes.
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EMERSE
Support your new funding proposal or look for clinical data to offer insight into your ongoing study with this precise self-service tool for searching text in electronic medical records such as dictated information and pathology reports.
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Customized Reports from MiChart
Looking for more nuanced patient data from MiChart than provided in DataDirect’s standard output? The MCIT Clinical Research team can develop a query and generate a report customized to your study’s needs.
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Clinical Data Consultation
Planning a research project that requires complex medical record data and not sure of what might be available? The Data Office for Clinical & Translational Research offers expert consultation to help you find and extract the data you need.
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Michigan Genomics Initiative
A new initiative at the U-M is a source for patient electronic medical records that have been combined with genetic data and questionnaires for pain, mood, affect, and function, as well as linkages to local and national data sources.
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Aggregate

AGGREGATE

REDCap
Easily collect and track your study data with this free, secure, self-service web application.
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OpenClinica
For data management of more complicated studies that require federal compliance, this self-service tool helps researchers configure study protocols, enroll subjects, and capture, clean, and manage clinical trial data.
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Velos
A robust, self-service web application that consolidates your study administration and clinical data management in a single site, supporting protocols, patient calendaring and self-reporting, regulatory reporting, invoicing, and more.
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TATUM
Track the progress of your randomized clinical trial with this self-service tool that assigns patient treatments in an unbiased manner.
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Analyze

ANALYZE

MICHR Biostatisics Group
Medical School team offering assistance with research studies from start to finish including study design, data analysis, statistical software, and interpretation and presentation of results.
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Center for Statistical Consultation & Research
The central campus organization that can assist with formal statistical analysis, data visualization, management of large data sets, and more.
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CLICK HERE for a list of other campus organizations offering research analytic support.