A decade ago, CareSet set out to create a comprehensive picture of the patient-sharing relationships within the US healthcare system. Since then, we proudly release DocGraph every year to researchers, journalists, and commercial companies.
This dataset offers the most up-to-date and detailed information about the interactions between Medicare providers, and it has already supported numerous initiatives aimed at improving the healthcare system. From healthcare system reorganization and entrepreneurial growth to the development of ACOs and the evaluation of pain management referrals, DocGraph has proven to be an indispensable tool.
At CareSet, we believe that open and accessible healthcare data is essential for improving patient outcomes and driving progress in the industry. That's why we are committed to making this information available to all who need it, and why we will continue to advocate for its accessibility in the years to come. So whether you're a healthcare professional, researcher, or simply someone interested in learning more about the US healthcare system, we encourage you to take a closer look at DocGraph from CareSet.
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DocGraph contains the following data fields:
*National Provider Identifier (NPI) - a unique identifier assigned to a person or institution that bills for services in the U.S. CMS releases information for each NPI on their NPPES data download site.
The dataset provides valuable insights into the relationships between different healthcare providers and helps researchers understand the healthcare system and inform efforts to improve patient outcomes.
For example, it has been used to study:
Publicly available in 2024