The Center for Administrative Data Research
The Center for Administrative Data Research (CADR) provides leadership and training in the use of administrative data in epidemiologic, health services, and outcomes research.
CADR provides data and services to Washington University faculty, staff, and students. Non-Washington University members of the Institute of Clinical and Translational Sciences who are interested in working with administrative data are encouraged to collaborate with Washington University investigators. The services provided by CADR include:
- Housing and maintaining a repository of administrative data and information about the data sources
- Training investigators on the ethical and secure use of administrative data
- Providing leadership on study design and analysis of administrative data
- Facilitating collaboration among interdisciplinary investigators
- Advancing the effective use of data to inform researchers, policymakers, and the public about health and healthcare.
Faculty & Staff
- Jing Li, MD, DrPH, MS
Associate Professor of Medicine, Division of General Medical Sciences
Co-Director of CADR
- Matt Keller, MS
Database Administrator, Institute for Informatics
- Cherie Hill
Database Analyst, Division of Infectious Diseases
- Joanna Buss, MS
Business & Technology Application Technician, Institute for Informatics
- Dustin Stwalley, MA
Programmer Analyst, Institute for Informatics
CADR works with investigators to publish findings from administrative data according to data use agreement publication requirements.
- In-Hospital Morbidity and Mortality with Delays to Femoral Shaft Fracture Fixation. Journal of Orthopaedic Trauma
- Factors Associated With Postpartum Diabetes Screening in Women With Gestational Diabetes and Medicaid During Pregnancy. American Journal of Preventive Medicine
- Cost-Effectiveness Analyses Demonstrate that Observation Is Superior to Sentinel Lymph Node Biopsy for Postmenopausal Women with HR + Breast Cancer and Negative Axillary Ultrasound. Breast Cancer Research and Treatment
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Director, Center for Population Health Informatics (CPHI)
Director, Center for Administrative Data Research (CADR)
Professor of Medicine, Division of General Medical Sciences, School of Medicine
Professor of Public Health, Brown School
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