A. Mungmode1, G.T. Alonso2, S. Corathers3, M. Clements4, D. Buckingham5, M. Greenfield6, D. DeSalvo7, N. Rioles1, C. Demeterco Berggren8, B. Miyazaki9, L. Jacobsen10, O. Odugbesan1, O. Ebekozien1

1T1D Exchange, Boston, USA, 2Barbara Davis Center, Aurora, USA, 3Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, Cincinnati, USA, 4University of Mississippi Children’s Mercy Hospital, Kansas City, USA, 5Nationwide Children’s Hospital, Columbus, USA, 6SUNY Upstate Medical University, Syracuse, USA, 7Texas Children’s Hospital, Houston, USA, 8Rady Children’s, San Diego, USA, 9Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles, Los Angeles, USA, 10University of Florida, Gainesville, USA

Introduction: Electronic Health Records (EHRs) allow aggregated insights on population-based health outcomes; however, these are available only to the host institution.

Objectives: To describe an innovative EHR-based QI web portal; a tool to which supports sharing of best practices and clinical innovations for improvement of outcomes in patients with diabetes across nine US-based pediatric endocrinology clinics in the T1Dx-QI collaborative.

Methods: T1Dx-QI is an online platform developed with Tableau business intelligence software that launched in 2019. Participating clinics securely share patient-level de-identified data monthly to a central data warehouse that is then transmitted to the Portal. T1Dx-QI clinics can assess and benchmark their EHR data with other clinics using the same improvement metric definitions.

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