Chris Knoll, Gowtham Rao, RuiJun (Ray) Chen, Juan Banda, Joel Swerdel
This workshop is to develop better approaches for designing and implementing phenotypes, both rule-based heuristics and increasing the use of probabilistic phenotypes. The learning objectives and technical competencies are:
• Learn principles for cohort definition and evaluation
• Develop rule-based heuristics in ATLAS
• Apply cohort definitions to analytical use cases of: disease phenotyping, exposure definition, cohort characterization, effect estimation and prediction.
• Design predictive model-based phenotype evaluation using APHRODITE.
Course prerequisites: knowledge about CDM and vocabulary AND need to know the contents of the patient-level data you are working with. This course is very important and foundational to our ability to conduct all the types of analyses, including clinical characterization, population-level prediction, and patient-level prediction.
Overview of the OHDSI Analysis Ecosystem