Virtual SEER-Medicare Training Workshop

Thursday, August 22, 2019
9:00 am – 5:30 pm EST

Overview

This free workshop is designed to provide an introduction to the SEER and Medicare programs, the underlying population included in the data, and approaches for using SEER-Medicare data to measure healthcare delivery and outcomes.

Workshop

Slides (PDF, 3.6 MB)

Videos

Full WorkshopExternal Web Site Policy

Segment 1*: Overview of the SEER-Medicare DataExternal Web Site Policy

Segment 2: Defining Your Study PopulationExternal Web Site Policy

Segment 3: Baseline MeasuresExternal Web Site Policy

Segment 4: Measuring TreatmentExternal Web Site Policy

Segment 5: Measuring OutcomesExternal Web Site Policy

Segment 6: Getting the Data & PublishingExternal Web Site Policy

Segment 7: Final AdviceExternal Web Site Policy

*Due to a technical glitch slides 1-8 were not recorded.

Presenters

Lindsey Enewold, PhD, MPH
Program Director, Healthcare Delivery Research Program
Division of Cancer Control and Population Sciences, National Cancer Institute

Beth Virnig, PhD, MPH
Professor and Senior Associate Dean of Academic Affairs & Research, Division of Health Policy and Management
University of Minnesota

Helen Parsons, PhD, MPH
Associate Professor, Division of Health Policy and Management
University of Minnesota

Stephanie Jarosek, PhD, RN
Research Associate, Division of Health Policy and Management
University of Minnesota

Kristi Swanson, MS
Doctoral Candidate, Division of Health Policy and Management
University of Minnesota
Senior Health Services Analyst, Mayo Clinic

Intended Audience

This training workshop is intended for researchers interested in using the SEER-Medicare data resource. No experience with SEER-Medicare is necessary.

For questions about this virtual training workshop, please contact Elaine Yanisko.

Last Updated: 03 Oct, 2019