Einstein/Montefiore Department of Medicine

Clinical Looking Glass Training

May 18, 2015 - BRONX, NY - Department of Medicine faculty members are invited to take part in a 4-session (3 hours each) hands-on training in Clinical Looking Glass. If there is sufficient interest, we will run the series.

Developed at Montefiore Medical Center, Clinical Looking Glass is a user-friendly interactive software application to evaluate health care quality, effectiveness, and efficiency. The system integrates clinical and administrative datasets, allowing non-statisticians to produce epidemiologically cogent self-documenting reports globally assessing care quality while identifying the specific patients in need of clinical remediation.

During the training, trainees achieve basic competence in creating cohorts and using two analytic method types: Time to Outcome and List Method. With these skills, investigators can ask and answer a nearly infinite variety of questions on the data in the Electronic Medical record, Social Security Death Tapes, Cancer Registry, and Immunization registry (inclusive of city data). Geospatial data and SES neighborhood calculations are available as well as the admissions, ED visits, pharmacy, laboratory, surgical, surgical path, radiologic data, etc.

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