The Omaha System Partnership for Knowledge Discovery and Health Care Quality
The Omaha System Partnership for Knowledge Discovery and Health Care Quality is a new initiative within the University of Minnesota School of Nursing.
The partnership has 3 components:
- multidisciplinary scientific teams of researchers with experience in advanced data analysis and data mining techniques
- a group of affiliate members from many countries who contribute clinical Omaha System data, suggest important clinical questions, and work together with the scientific team on research and evaluation projects
- a warehouse of de-identified clinical Omaha System data including client problems, signs/symptoms, interventions, and knowledge, behavior, and status outcomes
Examples of current data projects include:
- Evaluation of family home visiting effectiveness for mothers with intellectual disabilities
- Benchmarking family home visiting outcomes across jurisdictions
- Inter-rater reliability of public health nurse outcome ratings
- Linking intervention approaches to client outcomes for elderly home care patients and for family home visiting clients
The Omaha System Partnership Data Warehouse is now accepting de-identified clinical Omaha System data including client problems, signs/symptoms, interventions, knowledge, behavior, and status outcomes, and client demographic information. Please contact Karen Monsen, Director, for more information. Download the Omaha System Partnership For Knowledge Discovery and Health Care Quality poster which was presented at the 2013 Minnesota E-Health Summit.