The routine collation of health outcomes data from hospital treated subjects in the Health Outcomes Data Repository (HODaR): descriptive analysis from the first 20,000 subjects.

@article{Currie2005TheRC,
  title={The routine collation of health outcomes data from hospital treated subjects in the Health Outcomes Data Repository (HODaR): descriptive analysis from the first 20,000 subjects.},
  author={Craig J Currie and Phil McEwan and John R. Peters and Tunia C Patel and Simon Dixon},
  journal={Value in health : the journal of the International Society for Pharmacoeconomics and Outcomes Research},
  year={2005},
  volume={8 5},
  pages={581-90}
}
OBJECTIVES Health technology assessment requires data covering many different facets of treatment. A new resource, the Health Outcomes Data Repository (HODaR), is described and evaluated for its use in the pharmaceutical research and development process. METHODS Data were collated for subjects treated at Cardiff and Vale National Health Service (NHS) Hospitals Trust, United Kingdom. Inpatients are surveyed 6 weeks postdischarge by postal survey, whilst outpatients are handed a survey pack… CONTINUE READING
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