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Evolution of national observational database, natural history of sovereign db, collaboration

(Shawn Dolley) #1

Hey all. Anyone with experience in one of the countries that has adopted an OHDSI standard, or has a national/ sovereign observational database. I think this is Denmark, Finland, New Zealand, South Korea and new EU. I need to make a roadmap of what milestones naturally occur on the road to generating the political support, political will, natural resources, data, people etc… that results in a vibrant nationally funded program. If I have to do this solo I will, but would rather have some partners. Am willing to do the work to clean it and publish it as a Commentary somewhere if it turns out interesting. Of course corollaries in programs like UK 100K Genomes and US PMI All of US and others.

Shawn Dolley
The Shawn Dolley Company LLC
Consultant to Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
Washington DC
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(Rae Woong Park) #2

It’s hard to describe simply for me how the the whole clinical communities and government officers in a county had been focused on the OHDSI OMOP-CDM and decide to invest a lot of funds into it.
Here is a brief description what’s going in South Korea:
This poster will be presented in 29 Mar 2019 European OHDSI.

(Shawn Dolley) #3

Wow. Great poster. And does that say 97 million patients at the bottom? … that is crazy big…

(Rohit Vashisht) #4

Excellent. Way to go.