I am very pleased to say I have my first peer-reviewed academic paper published this week. From Frontiers in Public Health, it is open access and I hope you can read it: www.bit.ly/big-data-in-precision-public-health
Of course it mentions OHDSI (and I think in the 212 cites is a reference to a Ryan or a Hripscak ...).
Paper is called "Big Data's Role in Precision Public Health".
OK, so shameless self-promotion over.
If anyone wants to collaborate on research about spatial risk modeling at a patient level, or public health items, I am happy to do so. My main flaw is a lack of academic credentialing, so I come with a 'conflict'.
In any case, hope you enjoy, I hold out OHDSI in the last page as a model for others to follow.