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PharmaSUG proceedings: Healthcare Analytics, 21 papers

Pharmaceutical SAS Users Group 2016   May 8-11, 2016 - Denver, Colorado

Healthcare Analytics
Best Paper
tweet!  PrecMod: An Automated Precision SAS® Macro for Random Effects Models
  Jesse A. Canchola, Roche Molecular Diagnostics, Pleasanton, CA; Pari Hemyari, Roche Molecular Diagnostics, Pleasanton, CA
Keywords: macro
Pages: 15 Size: 405 Kb 
tweet!  Working with Composite Endpoints: Constructing Analysis Data
  Pushpa Saranadasa, Merck & Co., Inc., Upper Gwynedd, PA
Pages: 7 Size: 374 Kb 
tweet!  What's the Case? Applying Different Methods of Conducting Retrospective Case/Control Experiments in Pharmacy Analytics
  Aran Canes, Cigna, Bloomfield, CT
Pages: 8 Size: 78 Kb 
tweet!  Four "Oops" Moments While Using Electronic Health Records to Identify a Cohort of Medication Users
  Steve Ezzy, Optum Epidemiology, Waltham, MA
Keywords: HA05 electronic health record EHR prescription medication date non-breaking space mapped field duplicate healthcare
Pages: 5 Size: 316 Kb 

Pharmaceutical SAS Users Group 2015   May 17-20, 2015 - Orlando, Florida

Healthcare Analytics
tweet!  Statistical Analyses Across Overlapping Time Intervals Based on Person-Years
  John Reilly, Dataceutics, Inc., Pottstown, PA; John R. Gerlach, Dataceutics, Inc., Pottstown, PA
Keywords: SAS Person-Years
Pages: 10 Size: 384 Kb 
tweet!  Using SAS® to Analyze the Impact of the Affordable Care Act
  John J. Cohen, Advanced Data Concepts, LLC, Newark, DE; Meenal (Mona) Sinha, Premier, Inc., Downingtown, PA
Pages: 12 Size: 738 Kb 
tweet!  Now You See It, Now You Don’t -- Using SAS to De-Identify Data to Support Clinical Trial Data Transparency
  Dave Handelsman, d-Wise, Research Triangle Park, NC
Pages: 7 Size: 148 Kb 
tweet!  Medication Adherence in Cardiovascular Disease: Generalized Estimating Equations in SAS®
  Erica Goodrich, Priority Health, Grand Rapids, MI; Daniel Sturgeon, Priority Health, Grand Rapids, MI
Pages: 8 Size: 417 Kb 
Best Paper
tweet!  A General SAS® Macro to Implement Optimal N:1 Propensity Score Matching Within a Maximum Radius
  Kathy H. Fraeman, Evidera, Bethesda, MD
Keywords: propensity score matching radius macro
Pages: 12 Size: 360 Kb 
tweet!  The Path To Treatment Pathways
  Tracee Vinson-Sorrentino, IMS Health, Plymouth Meeting, PA
Pages: 6 Size: 303 Kb 
tweet!  Distributed data networks: A paradigm shift in data sharing and healthcare analytics
  Jennifer R. Popovic, Harvard Pilgrim Health Care Institute/Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA
Keywords: healthcare
Pages: 12 Size: 702 Kb 
tweet!  Simple Tests of Hypotheses for the Non-statistician: What They Are and Why They Can Go Bad
  Arthur L. Carpenter, California Occidental Consultants, Anchorage, AK
Keywords: significance level hypothesis test T-test Type I error Type II error alpha level
Pages: 9 Size: 81 Kb 

Pharmaceutical SAS Users Group 2014   June 1-4, 2014 - San Diego, California

Healthcare Analytics
tweet!  Reporting Healthcare Data: Understanding Rates and Adjustments
  Gregory S. Nelson, ThotWave Technologies, Chapel Hill, NC
Keywords: healthcare age-adjusted risk-adjusted healthcare analytics
Pages: 22 Size: 4658 Kb 
tweet!  Common and Comparative Incidence Indicators of Adverse Events for Well-Defined Study Pools
  John R Gerlach, Dataceutics, Inc., Pottstown, PA
Keywords: Clinical Trials Adverse Events
Pages: 7 Size: 289 Kb 
tweet!  Survey of Population Risk Management Applications Using SAS®
  Jack N Shoemaker, d-Wise, Morrisville, NC
Pages: 7 Size: 87 Kb 
Best Paper
tweet!  Linking Healthcare Claims and Electronic Health Records (EHR) for Patient Management – Diabetes Case Study
  Paul A. LaBrec, Treo Solutions - 3M Health Information Solutions, San Diego, CA
Keywords: healthcare
Pages: 17 Size: 157 Kb 
tweet!  %ME: A SAS® Macro to Assess Measurement Equivalence for Patient-Reported Outcome Measures
  Qinlei Huang, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, Memphis, TN
Keywords: macro
Pages: 8 Size: 455 Kb 
tweet!  The Association of Morbid Obesity with Mortality and Coronary Revascularization among Patients with Acute Myocardial Infarction
  Ashwini S Erande, MPH, University Of California Irvine, Orange, CA; Shaista Malik, MD, PhD, University Of California Irvine, Orange, CA
Pages: 11 Size: 450 Kb 
tweet!  Using the SAS System as a bioinformatics tool: A macro that translates BLASTn results to populate a DNA sequence database table
  Kevin Viel, inVentiv Health Clinical and Histonis, Incorporated, Atlanta, GA
Keywords: DNA RNA BLASTn Genomics Sequencing Bioinformatics Biomedical Healthcare Bioinformatics SAS Pharmacogenomics macro
Pages: 20 Size: 744 Kb 
tweet!  Using SAS® to Calculate and Compare Adjusted Relative Risks, Odds Ratios, and Hazard Ratios
  Besa Smith, MPH, PhD, ANALYDATA, San Diego, CA; Tyler Smith, MS, PhD, National University, School of Health and Human Services, Department of Community Health, San Diego, CA
Keywords: survival analysis Kaplan Meier Cox Regression lifetest phreg
Pages: 23 Size: 426 Kb 
tweet!  Estimating Medication Adherence Using a Patient-Mix Adjustment Method
  R. Scott Leslie, MedImpact Healthcare Systems, Inc., San Diego, CA
Pages: 9 Size: 536 Kb 
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