Abstract: Suicide is the 10th leading cause of death in the United States. Zero Suicide initiatives aim to address healthcare system gaps that interfere with identification and management of patients at risk of suicide. The project describes work to develop an innovative method for identifying patients at risk of suicide by capitalizing on the Connecticut All Payer Claims Database, EHR data from 6 clinical partners, and mortality data collected by the state.

Learning Objective 1: Review considerations for developing EHR risk phenotypes that can support clinical decision-making.

Learning Objective 2 (Optional): Review strategies to leverage multiple sources of de-identified data, including EHR,claims and mortality data to generate EHR risk phenotypes.


Steven Rogers, Connecticut Children's Medical Center
Richelle deMayo (Presenter)
Connecticut Children's Medical Center

Kun Chen, University of Connecticut
Fei Wang, Cornell Weill Medicine
Robert Aseltine, University of Connecticut Health

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