Architecture for Research Computing in Health (ARCH)

Also known as
Also known as: 
  • Research Informatics

Electronic health record (EHR) systems capture patient data for primary use in care and billing. ARCH facilitates secondary use of EHR data for research as well as capture of novel research measures and integration of data from multiple systems. To support the spectrum of retrospective and prospective study needs, ARCH aims to provide investigators with data sets amenable to statistical analysis, compliant with regulations, and within budget.

ARCH receives financial support from NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital (NYPH) and Weill Cornell Medical College (WCMC), including the Clinical and Translational Science Center (CTSC) (UL1 TR000457-06) and Joint Clinical Trials Office (JCTO).

To learn more about the ARCH program, you can contact arch-support@med.cornell.edu. Our 2022 paper “An architecture for research computing in health to support clinical and translational investigators with electronic patient data” [PubMed] may also be a useful resource.

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Support for Retrospective and Prospective Studies

Support for Retrospective Studies

Support for Prospective Studies

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