Objective: To enable members of the OHDSI community to find, evaluate, and utilize community-validated cohort definitions for research and other activities. These “gold standard” definitions will reside in a library, the entries of which are held to specific standards of design and evaluation. These standards are what this working group is ultimately working to establish, as well as the instantiation of the library itself.
To achieve the above objective, we are focusing on the following Subtasks:
Each subtask has a Task Leader:
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Jan 15, 2019
Aaron Potvien - Gold Standard Phenotype Library
Jan 29, 2019
Juan Banda - Computable Phenotype Design
Mar 26, 2019
Juan Banda - FAIR Principles
Aaron Potvien - Library Architecture and Implementation: Progress Update and Next Steps
Apr 2, 2019
Aaron Potvien - Community Call Progress Update
This library serves as a resource for validated, peer-revied “Gold Standard” phenotypes. Below is a list of available phenotypes and the links to their respective pages. In addition to the phenotype definition itself, performance metrics are available for multiple sites which describe how well the algorithm performed. Requirements for induction into this library are available at the bottom of this page.
Do you have a phenotype that should be an OHDSI Gold Standard Phenotype? Please enter your submission.
Once submitted, the definition will be reviewed by the OHDSI Phenotype Evaluation Group, and updates will be posted to the forums.