The All of Us (AoU) Research Program has embarked on an ambitious effort to integrate data from a diverse number of sources to create a resource that will enable biomedical research in the next decade and beyond. One large data source is EHR data. We will present the experiences of collecting, submitting, and curating data from various AoU enrollment sites to the Data and Research CEnter (DRC). The topics covered in this panel will include: the goals of the curation pipeline within the DRC; the experience with participant matching at both the DRC and enrollment sites; the data mapping efforts to the Observational Medical Outcomes Partnership (OMOP) vocabulary; and the development of metadata to support data quality.

Learning Objective: After participating in this session, the individual should be better able to:
1. Understand the data quality processs that health provider organizations within the All of Us follow
2. Understand the challeges faces in coordinating and aggregating EHR data from several sources
3. Explain the strategies employed to ensure participant data is validated


Karthik Natarajan (Presenter)
Columbia University

Robert Carroll (Presenter)
Vanderbilt University

Thomas Campion (Presenter)
Weill Cornell Medical College

Joan Grand (Presenter)
Mitre Corporation

Shyam Visweswaran (Presenter)
University of Pittsburgh

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