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School characteristics and children’s mental health: A linked survey-administrative data study

Data from 23,215 children from 648 primary schools were analysed to examine the associations of school composition (school size, gender, socioeconomic and ethnicity composition) and school climate with emotional and behavioural symptoms, as well as high mental health difficulties (scores above clinical cut-off). Expand abstract.
8 days ago
9/10 relevant
PsyArXiv

Labelling chest x-ray reports using an open-source NLP and ML tool for text data binary classification

Using the General Medicine Inpatient Initiative (GEMINI) dataset, housing inpatient clinical and administrative data from 7 major hospitals, we retrieved 1000 plain film radiology reports which were classified according to 4 labels by an internal medicine resident. Expand abstract.
20 days ago
4/10 relevant
medRxiv

School characteristics and children’s mental health: A linked survey-administrative data study

Data from 23,215 children from 648 primary schools were analysed to examine the associations of school composition (school size, gender, socioeconomic and ethnicity composition) and school climate with emotional and behavioural symptoms, as well as high mental health difficulties (scores above clinical cut-off). Expand abstract.
23 days ago
8/10 relevant
PsyArXiv

LPP-Befragungsdaten verknüpft mit administrativen Daten des IAB (LPP-ADIAB) 1975 - 2014

"This data report describes the linked data of the survey 'Linked Personnel Panel' (LPP) with administrative data of the Institute for Employment Research (IAB) 1975 - 2017." (Author's abstract, IAB-Doku) ((en)) Additional Information Auszählungen Expand abstract.
39 days ago
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NEP RePEc

What explains the gender gap in wealth? Evidence from administrative data

We use administrative data on wealth that are linked to the Estonian Household Finance and Consumption Survey, which provides individual-level wealth data for all household types. Expand abstract.
57 days ago
10/10 relevant
NEP RePEc

Measuring stroke outcomes using linked administrative data: Population-based estimates and validation of home-time as a surrogate measure of functional status.

Abstract Background: Administrative data offer cost-effective, whole-of-population stroke surveillance yet the lack of validated outcomes is a short-coming. Expand abstract.
114 days ago
10/10 relevant
medRxiv

Analyzing Grouped Administrative Data for RCTs Using Design-Based Methods

This article discusses estimation of average treatment effects for randomized controlled trials (RCTs) using grouped administrative data to help improve data access. Expand abstract.
115 days ago
10/10 relevant
NEP RePEc

Accuracy of Medical Billing Data Against the Electronic Health Record in the Measurement of Colorectal Cancer Screening Rates

Conclusions: Although analytics on administrative data are commonly 'validated' by comparison to independent datasets, comparing our naive estimate to the CDC estimate (~60%) would have been misleading. Expand abstract.
121 days ago
4/10 relevant
medRxiv

Medicaid and Mortality: New Evidence from Linked Survey and Administrative Data

We use large-scale federal survey data linked to administrative death records to investigate the relationship between Medicaid enrollment and mortality. Expand abstract.
144 days ago
8/10 relevant
NBER

Commute time and labor supply

We propose a new measure of commuting and working time based on administrative data, which sidesteps issues related to survey data. Expand abstract.
158 days ago
4/10 relevant
NEP RePEc