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The Clinical Informatics Consult is an IRB approved project to study the use of routinely collected data on millions of individuals for providing better care. Given a specific clinical question, we provide a report with a descriptive summary of similar patients in Stanford’s clinical data warehouse, treatment choices made, and observed outcomes.
We have access to demographics, diagnoses, procedures, medications, laboratory values, clinical notes, mortality, and length of stay information for millions of patients. If you are in an uncertain clinical situation and wonder, "What happened to other patients like mine?", we would love to help. To request a consult, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org from your Stanford email account.
Read our story, learn how we got started, watch videos below, or check out our CEO's annual report and brochure.
One minute video on the Informatics Consult Service.
Two minute video on the search engine that powers the service.
45 minute grand rounds talk launching the service in 2017.