Clinical data
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Clinical data refers to health-related or medical information that is collected by a clinician during patient care or by a clinical researcher during the course of a clinical study. A person’s electronic medical record (EMR) is a good source of clinical data. Clinical data may include a person’s diagnosis and the tests used to determine the diagnosis, exhibited signs and symptoms of the disease, response to treatment and therapies, laboratory tests, image reports, hospitalization, and more.

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Introduction and Overview from “Clinical Data as the Basic Staple of Health Learning: Creating and Protecting a Public Good: Workshop Summary” [2010]

Medical data; Clinical information
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