NHIRDNational Health Insurance Research Database (Taiwan)
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The content of this database is used for reimbursement and is similar to that of the NHIRD. Two pulmonologists (V.Y.-F.S.
The National Health Insurance Research Database (NHIRD) is maintained by the National Health Research Institutes of Taiwan.
According to the aforementioned description, the datasets retrieved from the NHIRD for public health studies are mostly imbalanced with minority to majority sample ratios ranging from 1:4 to 1:5, and the decision hyperplane tends to bias toward the majority class when adopting the accuracy-driven algorithm to design the CDSS.
However, despite the above-mentioned weaknesses in this study, the strengths of the NHIRD with longitudinal data since 1995 provide a good opportunity for us to establish a temporal relationship between the specific mental disorders and SRDs.
This retrospective cohort study analyzed data from the NHIRD, which was established by the NHI Bureau of the Department of Health.
The universal insurance program (NHIRD) in Taiwan was launched in 1995 and currently covers almost all residents (99%) (NHI 2012); therefore, children's access to health services may be less influenced by socioeconomic factors in Taiwan than in some other countries.
Second, data from diagnostic laboratory tests that can help confirm diagnoses of epididymitis and orchitis, such as urinalysis, urine culture, and C-reactive protein (CRP) level data, are not included in the NHIRD. Therefore, epididymo-orchitis caused by sexually transmitted diseases pathogens may be included in this study.
The National Health Insurance Research Database (NHIRD) is composed of every medical record reimbursed by the NHI.
TBNHI entrusted National Health Research Institutes to construct and maintain the National Health Insurance Research Database (NHIRD) from this program.
Over the years, various population-based studies using the Taiwan National Health Insurance Research database (NHIRD) have been conducted to validate the correlations between nephrolithiasis and diseases such as osteoporosis, diabetes mellitus, and migraine.
In 2000, the Taiwanese Bureau of NHI entrusted the National Health Research Institutes (NHRI) with establishing the NHI Research Database (NHIRD).