Accessibility to high-quality historical data for patients in hospitals may facilitate related predictive model development and data analysis experiments. This study provides a design for a data-sharing platform based on all possible criteria for Medical Information Mart for Intensive Care (MIMIC) IV and Emergency MIMIC-ED. Tables containing columns of medical attributions and outcomes were studied by a team of 5 experts in Medical Informatics. They completely agreed about the columns connection using subject-id, HDM-id, and stay-id as foreign keys. The tables of two marts were considered in the intra-hospital patient transfer path with various outcomes. Using the constraints, queries were generated and applied to the backend of the platform. The suggested user interface was drawn to retrieve records based on various entry criteria and present the output in the frame of a dashboard or a graph. This design is a step toward platform development that is useful for studies aimed at patient trajectory analysis, medical outcome prediction, or studies that require heterogeneous data entries.
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