The Usage of OHDSI OMOP – A Scoping Review [chapter]

Ines Reinecke, Michéle Zoch, Christian Reich, Martin Sedlmayr, Franziska Bathelt
2021 Studies in Health Technology and Informatics  
OHDSI, a fast growing open-science research community seeks to enable researchers from around the globe to conduct network studies based on standardized data and vocabularies. There is no comprehensive review of publications about OHDSI's standard: the OMOP Common Data Model and its usage available. In this work we aim to close this gap and provide a summary of existing publications including the analysis of its meta information such as the choice of journals, journal types, countries, as well
more » ... s an analysis by topics based on a title and abstract screening. Since 2016, the number of publications has been constantly growing and the relevance of the OMOP CDM is increasing in terms of multi-country studies based on observational patient data.
doi:10.3233/shti210546 pmid:34545824 fatcat:zhbg73s4mnehtduxz7q7npqvce