Developing and Maintaining a Population Research Registry to Support Primary Healthcare Research

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Developing and Maintaining a Population Research Registry to Support Primary Healthcare Research

Title
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2009
AuthorsBroemeling A, Kerluke K, Black CD, Peterson S, MacDonald A, McKendry R
JournalHealthcare Policy Special Issue
Volume5
Start Page65-76
Date Published11/2009
AbstractThis paper describes the creation of a population research registry as part of an information system to support primary healthcare (PHC) research in British Columbia. The population registry includes all residents of the province who were either eligible to use or actually used healthcare services, together with demographic, geographic, health status, registration and service use data. The PHC registry is built using administrative data inputs, and data are anonymized to comply with privacy and confidentiality standards.
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Citation KeyCHSPR 09:30