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By: Douglas S. McNair, MD, PhD
Cerner and many of our client institutions participate in de-identified databases that support observational and translational research. Such databases, called data warehouses, constitute a comprehensive source of de-identified, confidentiality-protected, real-world health data collected as a by-product of patient care. Cerner aggregates the data provided by participating facilities and uses stringent quality assurance processes to ensure the ongoing integrity of the information....
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