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The process to request the use of RISE data is straightforward. Before beginning your request, please read the RISE Data Request Proposal User Guide. This guide thoroughly explains each step in this process. If you have further questions, visit the FAQs page or contact RISE staff at RISE@rheumatology.org.
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Once your application is submitted, ACR staff will review the request and provide feedback based on an initial assessment.
After administrative review, the proposal will be scheduled for review by the RISE Research and Publications Subcommittee.
There are three possible results:
Approved projects are assigned to a RISE data analytic center (DAC) that is highly experienced in the analysis of data from electronic health record systems, particularly as it pertains to rheumatology.
Once project activities, milestones and deliverables are agreed to in a statement of work (SOW), the requestor and the team at the assigned DAC will work collaboratively to complete the analysis.
As the deliverables defined in the SOW are completed, the results will be shared with the requestor.
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