TriNetX is a web-based cohort creation database and retrospective research tool containing the same patient data housed in the IDR. Researchers can browse TriNetX through diagnoses, procedures, medications, laboratory results, and demographics, in a fully de-identified setting. TriNetX can provide information about patient facts and calculate the rate of arrival for patients within your defined parameters to assist in assessing the feasibility of a clinical trial or other prospective studies. WVCTSI has joined the TriNetX Research Network, which allows queries to be run against the 16+ organizations that comprise the Network, or against solely the WVU Medicine network. De-identified datasets can be obtained through TriNetX for queries run on the WVU Medicine network. Additionally, single-cohort outcomes analyses and two-cohort comparison analyses such as Odds Ratio/Risk Ratio and Kaplan-Meier analyses can be run within the TriNetX Analytics module, with more analytic capabilities to be added in the future.
TriNetX accounts are currently available only to WVU researchers; to receive an account, complete the Data Use and Confidentiality User Agreement in iLab. To request a TriNetX demonstration or training, please submit a Consultation Request via iLab. Currently, WVU Medicine patient data is uploaded into TriNetX on a quarterly basis. As our underlying data structure is updated, we anticipate being able to provide more frequent data updates to TriNetX in the future.