Institute for Health Survey / Data Core

Equipment/facility: Facility

  • Location

    United States

Equipments Details

Description

The Institute for Health Survey / Data Core (IFH Survey / Data Core), is a National Institutes of Health (NIH) shared research resource facility housed within the Rutgers Institute for Health, Health Care Policy, and Aging Research. The IFH Survey / Data Core provides researchers with scientically rigorous survey and data resources, including: access to a HIPAA-compliant data computing environment for high level programming, analysis, and data storage, access to specialized survey and data analytical personnel, survey design and collection, survey data analysis, epidemiological study design and data analysis, and access to a large number of local, state, national, and international health and administrative databases for research.

Services:
The IFH Survey / Data Core provides a wide variety of research services and expertise in survey research design and execution, and epidemiological research and data analysis. Our staff is highly specialized and has experience in all areas of research design, preparation, programming, and analysis for our numerous in-house resources.

Data Resources:
The IFH Survey / Data Core data portfolio is extensive and features local, state, national, and international healthcare and administrative records for research. Several of these data resources include: Medicare, Medicaid, CPRD Gold and Aurum, and MarketScan. Additional datasets may become available for use.To see a full list of Core resources please follow this link Core Resources

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