Creating Your Residency Match Winning Plan with AxeUSCE

AxeUSCE National Inpatient Sample (NIS) course is tailored for physicians seeking to enhance their qualifications for residency and fellowship Match programs. Our comprehensive training program focuses on advanced analysis of NIS databases, enabling participants to effectively conduct their own clinical research studies. Access to STATA software is essential for training purposes. Prior to enrollment, completion of a brief Data Use Agreement (DUA) training provided by HCUP is mandatory.

What is the National Inpatient Sample (NIS)?
The National Inpatient Sample (NIS) is a comprehensive, nationwide all-payer database. It not only offers detailed inpatient care data across the U.S. but also includes varied information on hospital admissions. Because of its size, the NIS excels in providing national and regional estimates. Additionally, it is instrumental in identifying, tracking, and analyzing healthcare trends, quality, and outcomes. Furthermore, the NIS plays a crucial role within the Healthcare Cost and Utilization Project (HCUP), significantly enhancing healthcare research and policy development.

The AxeUSCE NIS training course encompasses the following components:

Decompression of NIS data
Comprehension of NIS data elements, encompassing quality metrics, demographics, and comorbidities
Creation of variables utilizing diverse methodologies
Implementation of bootstrapping techniques for variables
Application of Elixhauser/Charlson Index
Utilization of univariate, bivariate, and multiple logistic regression analyses
Conducting hazards ratio analysis
Instruction on creating and interpreting forest plots
Training in trend analysis methodologies
Trend analysis across multiple years
Propensity match analysis
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Note: National Inpatient Sample (NIS) research course is intended to increase scholarly activities, and improve the statistical understanding of physicians, medical students, and other healthcare professionals.

Creating Your Residency Match Winning Plan with AxeUSCE