How long does it take to get data?Depending on the type and complexity of data and requirements that are met at the time of request, once an analyst is assigned, initial data release can typically be provided within 60 days. Study time constraints will be taken into consideration.
What are the requirements to get data?All data requests require a completed purchase of services, and an approved IRB or official notification from the IRB office that the project is Not-Human Subjects. Additionally, all requests require t hat the PI is up to date on HIPAA training and, for Limited Data Sets and Identifiable Data, has specified an approved location to store data.
What are the types of data sets?
- De-identified data sets are non-aggregate patient/subject level data that do not contain dates other than year (e.g. 2017, 1999, etc.) and do not contain address information beyond three digit zip code prefixes (e.g. 462, 479, etc.)
- Limited data sets require a Data Use Agreement (DUA) that is signed by the PI. They contain non-aggregate patient/subject level data and include dates and/or city, state and full zip codes.
- Identified data sets require a Data Agreement (DA) signed by the PI only and approval from each data source (i.e. health system) providing information. They contain non-aggregate patient/subject level data that includes Protected Health Information (PHI) https://kb.iu.edu/d/ayyz.