Data may be requested by any UNMC faculty, Nebraska Medicine physician, or student, with the approval of their mentor, principal investigator or manager.
Complete the EHR Service Request Form at right. Assistance with filling out the EHR Service Request form may be requested from the Associate Research Subject Advocate, Deborah Meyer, RN.
An initial consultation to discuss the feasibility and requirements of your project is recommended, please contact the EHR Director, Dr. Purnima Guda.
All Electronic Health Record Data Access projects are billed at the following rates:
|Expedited Hourly Rate||$110.00|
|External Affiliates Hourly Rate||$70.00|
All projects requests must include a cost object to be billed for services. Billing is processed monthly through the UNMC Research Support System.
*Certain preliminary searches may be subsidized by program project grants please inquire whether your study may qualify.
- Pre-study feasibility, where you are determining whether a sufficient patient population exists (numbers only, no records are pulled) are 100% subsidized by the GP-IDeA-CTR grant.
- Queries to identify samples from the Nebraska Biobank are also 100% subsidized by the GP-IDeA-CTR grant
The preliminary query design for recruitment of subjects using the electronic health record for clinical trials are 100% subsidized by Nebraska Medicine and the Center for Clinical and Translational Research. Once the query has been designed and tested (generally one query of the records with data provided) subsequent queries are billed to the principal investigator/study at the full rate of $55.00/hr. Dr. Purnima Guda will work with you to provide an estimate for inclusion in your study budget for those costs based on the extent and frequency of the queries that will be required.
Please cite Nebraska Medicine and the Center for Clinical & Translational Research in publications utilizing these services.
These rates are consistent with federal guidelines for financial stewardship published in OMB Circular A-21 and Circular A-133 and meet UNMC policies for uniform pricing (Policy #6107)