ACT (Accrual to Clinical Trials) recently went through a system upgrade known as ENACT (Evolving to Next-gen ACT).The ACT Network is a real-time, open-access platform allowing researchers throughout the CTSA consortium to explore and validate feasibility for clinical studies using aggregate, deidentified counts from electronic health records. ACT is an NIH-funded and HIPAA-compliant federated network with data contributed from over 50 CTSA hubs.ENACT enables researchers to conduct EHR-based research on any disease or condition across the network of >142M patients.
Specifically, ENACT enables researchers to:
- Use the largest federated network for EHR-based research with access to 142M de-identified patients
- Efficiently conduct regulatory-compliant EHR research on their desktop
- Access a more robust ACT ontology together with enhanced data quality
Learn more about ACT at Wake Forest University School of Medicine here or visit our Office of Informatics page here.
Click here to request an ACT account.