|Project Title||Modular Program 1: Characterization of Use of Medical Product Exposures|
Tuesday, November 27, 2012
To improve programming efficiency and facilitate rapid querying of data held by Mini-Sentinel Data Partners, the Mini-Sentinel Operations Center is developing modular programs to accomplish common tasks. Each program has several required input parameters and the output contains summary-level counts (e.g., number of members exposed to a drug, number of members with a specific diagnosis/condition) stratified by various parameters (e.g., age group, sex, year). Modular Program #1 characterizes use of specified products (or groups of products) in the outpatient pharmacy dispensing file defined by National Drug Codes (NDC). Example: use of statins by age group and sex over time.
Functionality of retired modular programs 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, and 9 has been integrated into the routine querying system. Click here for more information.
any medical product defined using the MSCDM outpatient pharmacy dispensing or procedure tables
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