Data Sites

There is no centralized common data warehouse that combines or merges data from all pSCANNER organizations. Data are stored, owned and governed by each individual pSCANNER site, and network organizations retain their identifiable data in separate HIPAA-compliant environments. At the moment, each site requires a separate approval process (including IRB review) to conduct clinical research using these data. 

 

 

Veterans Affairs Health System

 

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The Veteran’s Affairs Health System operates 151 hospitals and 909 clinic sites.The patients in this system are mostly military veterans and a few family members. The EHR in use is VistA/CPRS.

Salt Lake City Site PI: Scott DuVall
Tennessee Valley VA Site PI: Michael Matheny

 

 

University of California Medical Centers

The five medical centers that are part of the University of California Research eXchange (UC ReX) participating in pSCANNER.

 

University of California Davis

 

University of California, Davis
 

 

The University of California Davis (UCD) health network operates 1 hospital and 77 clinic sites. The EHR system in use is Epic. Site PI: Mike Hogarth

 

University of California Irvine

 

University of California, Irvine

 

The University of California Irvine health network operates 1 hospital and 184 clinic sites. The EHR system in use is Allscripts-Sunrise. Site PIs: Kai Zheng and Lisa Dahm

 

University of California LA

 

University of California, Los Angeles

 

The University of California Los Angeles health network operates 3 hospitals and 300 clinic sites. The EHR system in use is Epic.  Site PI: Douglas Bell

 

University of California San Diego

 

University of California, San Diego

 

The University of California San Diego (UCSD) health network operates 4 hospitals and 142 clinic sites. The EHR system in use is Epic.  Site PI: Lucila Ohno-Machado

 

University of California San Francisco

 

 

University of California, San Francisco

 

The University of California San Francisco health network operates 1 hospital and 463 clinic sites. The EHR in use is a local instance of EPIC (called ApeX).  Site PI: Mary Whooley

 

 

University of Southern California

 

AltaMed

 

AltaMed Health Services

 

The AltaMed network is the largest Federally Qualified Community Health Center in California. It is a non-profit organization that delivers care to underserved communities in Southern California. AltaMed operates 31 clinics and NextGen for the EHR system.  Site PI: Daniella Meeker

 

Queenscare

 

Queenscare Family Clinics

 

Queenscare Family Clinics is a public charity that provides health care services for Los Angeles county residents. Many of the patients come from densely populated, culturally diverse, and low-income regions. Queenscare operates 6 clinics and use the Sage system for EHR.  Site PI: Daniella Meeker

 

Childrens Clinic

 

The Children's Clinic

 

The Children’s Clinic (TCC) is an independent non-profit community health center that provides care to underserved, low-income and high-risk populations of both children and adults. TCC operates 5 clinics. Site PI: Daniella Meeker

 

 

USC Keck School of Medicine

The Keck School of Medicine of USC is among the nation's leaders in innovative clinical care, research, and education of future physicians. The school's dual commitments to collaborative interdisciplinary research and rapid translation of scientific findings from the laboratory bench to the patient's bedside have proved pivotal in its continuing success in research. Site PI: Daniella Meeker

 

 

Children’s Hospital Los Angeles

CHLA is the first and largest pediatric hospital in Southern California and is one of only 10 children’s hospitals in the nation–and the only one on the West Coast–to be named to the prestigious U.S. News & World Report Honor Roll. CHLA is also home to The Saban Research Institute, one of the largest and most productive pediatric research facilities in the United States. residents. Site PI: Daniella Meeker

 

 

Los Angeles County Department of Health Services

The Los Angeles County Department of Health Services (DHS) is the second largest public health care system in the nation. Through its integrated network of 19 community-based clinics and four hospitals, DHS employs over 20,000 staff and has an annual operating budget of $4 billion. The Department’s partnerships with private, nonprofit clinics expands access to quality primary care services at over 100 additional sites across the County of 10 million residents. Site PI: Daniella Meeker

 

 

Additional Sites

 

 

Cedars-Sinai Medical Center

Cedars-Sinai is a large not-for-profit academic medical center located in Los Angeles, California. It has 866 licensed beds, a Level 1 Trauma Center, and a primary service area covering over 3.3 million people. On a typical day, Cedars-Sinai handles 233 patients in the Emergency Department, over 735 inpatients, 18 OB deliveries, 120 operative procedures, 44 CVIC/EP procedures, 4 Level 1 Trauma Patients, 25 acute rehab patients, and over 1400 outpatient visits and procedures. Site PI: Spencer SooHoo.

 

 

San Mateo Medical Center

San Mateo Medical Center (SMMC) is a division and is collocated with the San Mateo County Health System (SMCHS) campus which has a number of divisions and facilities at this site. SMMC contains inpatient, long term care, emergency services, and outpatient services (both primary care and specialty services). The Medical Center campus is augmented by a number of other outpatient clinics spread throughout San Mateo County. The Medical Center has several EHRs supporting the services we provide. Site PI: Michael Aratow