ObjectiveCombining multiple health-care databases (DBs) allows comparing the effects of a wide variety of health-care services. There is a growing interest in methods for combining the results from multiple DBs. We attempted to learn lessons about the performance of one- and two-stage approaches from the reanalysis of data drawn from two studies of pharmacoepidemiology based on multiple DBs.
Journal of Clinical Epidemiology – Elsevier
Published: Mar 1, 2018
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