Standards Data Warehouse has been implemented in many hospitals. It has enormous potential to improve performance measurement and health care quality. Accessing, organizing, and using these data to optimize clinical coding are evolving challenges for hospital systems. This paper describes development of a coding data warehouse based Entities-Attribute-Value (EAV) that we created by importing data from the clinical data warehouse (CDW) of public hospital. In particular, it focuses on design, implementation, and evaluation of the warehouse. Moreover, it defines the rules to convert a conceptual model of coding into an EAV logical model and his implementation using integrating biology and the bedside (i2b2). We evaluate it using data research mono and multi-criteria and then calculate the precision of our model. The result shows that, the coding data warehouse provides with good accuracy, an association of diagnostic code and medical act closer the patient's clinical landscape. Doctors without knowledge of coding rules could use this information to optimize and improve the diagnostic coding.
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