Big data in healthcare: The Indiana Network for Patient Care

The Indiana Network for Patient Care (INPC), the US's oldest and currently largest health information exchange, was developed by the Regenstrief Institute to support patient care and research. With clinical records from over 13m patients and over 80 Indiana hospitals, the INPC presents a unique resource for knowledge generation and datamining in healthcare.
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  Big data in healthcare: The Indiana Network for Patient Care T. Schleyer  The Indiana Network for Patient Care (INPC) ã established in 1988 ã developed by Regenstrief, now maintained by the Indiana Health Information Exchange (IHIE) ã clinical data from over 80 hospitals, the state and local public health departments, labs, etc. ã uniquely valuable for observational research  The INPC by the numbers ã > 13m unique patients ã 27.5m registration events ã >  4b discrete results ã > 1.7b clinical observations ã > 840m encounter events ã > 580m claims observations (procedures, prescriptions, etc.) ã 118m text reports ã > 2.5m emergency department visits per year from over 100 Indiana hospitals ã > 2m new transactions processed per day  2011
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