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A population-based controlled study of social support, self perceived stress, activity and work issues and access to health care in IBD
(Inflammatory Bowel Diseases, 2008)
Validity of the RAI-MDS for ascertaining diabetes and comorbid conditions in long-term care facility residents
Abstract Background This study assessed the validity of the Resident Assessment Instrument Minimum Data Set (RAI-MDS) Version 2.0 for diagnoses of diabetes and comorbid conditions in residents ...
Predictive performance of comorbidity measures in administrative databases for diabetes cohorts
Abstract Background The performance of comorbidity measures for predicting mortality in chronic disease populations and using ICD-9 diagnosis codes in administrative health data has been ...
Validation of administrative health data for the pediatric population: a scoping review
Abstract Background The purpose of this research was to perform a scoping review of published literature on the validity of administrative health data for ascertaining health conditions in the ...
Development of an administrative definition for celiac disease
Abstract Objective The investigation and management of celiac disease places a high burden on the health care system. Accurate methods to ascertain cases of celiac disease ...
Impact of missing data on bias and precision when estimating change in patient-reported outcomes from a clinical registry
Abstract Background Clinical registries, which capture information about the health and healthcare use of patients with a health condition or treatment, often contain ...
Measuring care trajectories using health administrative databases: a population-based investigation of transitions from emergency to acute care
Abstract Background A patient’s trajectory through the healthcare system affects resource use and outcomes. Data fields in population-based administrative health databases are ...
Surveillance of ischemic heart disease should include physician billing claims: population-based evidence from administrative health data across seven Canadian provinces
Abstract Background Canadian provinces and territories routinely collect health information for administrative purposes. This study used Canadian medical and hospital administrative data for ...
Measurement equivalence of the SF-36 in the Canadian Multicentre Osteoporosis Study
Abstract Background Studies that compare health-related quality of life (HRQOL) and other patient-reported outcomes in different populations rest on the assumption that the measure has equivalent psychometric properties ...