The Los Angeles Data Resource (LADR) is a joint project of major Los Angeles health care provider organizations aimed at enabling implementation studies as well as patient-oriented research collaborations. LADR is an integration of medical records and clinical research data across all participating networks. Investigators are able to find sets of aggregated patient information through a web-based application all while preserving patient privacy.
Benefits for users
Through LADR, investigators can obtain aggregate patient counts to:
- determine study feasibility at participating sites
- complete NIH targeted tables
Who is participating?
- Cedars-Sinai Health System
- City of Hope
- Children's Hospital Los Angeles
- Charles Drew University
How to Get Access
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org requesting account access to LADR.