Common data definitions drive high-quality computable data that are trusted, consistent, and usable.
Break down silos and manual processes for efficient care and research across all settings, building trust with your care team and accurate data.
Create easily accessible, accurate, and longitudinal patient stories that caregivers can use to personalize treatment and care.
Revolutionize healthcare and research by leveraging standardized data of individual patients to contribute to the health of all future patients.
CodeX is a global community of healthcare stakeholders currently working on data standards in three domains. We build and implement in the field and on-site.
The first domain that the CodeX community tackled is cancer. Using the minimal Common Oncology Data Elements (mCODE), an open data standard enabling high-quality data capture for cancer that can be widely adopted.
70+ oncology elements in use at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, MD Anderson Center, Massachusetts General Hospital and 45 other institutions. Versions of the mCODE and associated modeling tools are currently operational in over 250 organizations.See Our Work
This team is advancing the standardization, interoperability, and exchange of genomic data to improve care processes, clinical workflows, and patient outcomes from all areas of clinical care.
This team is engaging patients, as well as clinical and research stakeholders, to create standard representations of heart health to enable standards-based interoperability in cardiovascular health and healthcare.
Clinical trials are the gold standard for clinical care interventions. 92% of cancer patients in the United States are not enrolled in clinical trials due to poor data collection of their cancer therapies. This project focuses on collecting key outcome data that is standardized, research-grade, and longitudinal across organizations to promote health equity and reduce burden on health sites. This novel approach to data collection has already been adopted by over 13 health sites.
The recent paper, Feasibility of Institution-agnostic EHR-integrated regional clinical trial matching, has been published in the journal Cancer. For further information on clinical trial matching, check out the Codex Integrated Trial Matching Use Case, located under the Use Cases tab.
This white paper explores how the minimal Common Oncology Data Elements (mCODE™) standard could be leveraged to achieve more equitable health outcomes for cancer patients from diverse populations.
We enable high-quality computable data using Health Level Seven International (HL7) and Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resource (FHIR) standards to create a common language.
CodeX hosts events every month to keep our community informed and engaged, and to make sure the public’s opinions are heard.
There are currently over 250+ stakeholders involved in CodeX. Become a member today or join our community of practice. We also are looking to expand our partnerships across various health systems to include small community health centers. Spread the word and implement CodeX at your institution.
Funding from foundations, philanthropies, and government organizations will allow us to further scale and drive maximum adoption across systems. Your support will also allow us to expand our work into new domains such as genomics and cardiovascular disease.