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As part of its "enter once, use often" strategy for data management, CIBMTR has developed online applications, including Data Back to Centers and Data Back to Centers Download that allow centers to access their own previously submitted data.
Data Back to Center (DBtC) is a data analytics application that provides users with self-service access to a subset of their most commonly used data including functionality to view and analyze descriptive statistics and outcomes. Predefined filters permit viewing and analysis of data subsets of interest and robust visualization features provide options for viewing data in a chart or table. An ad-hoc query tab permits users to create and implement custom queries. Users can export data in Excel file formats. DBtC includes HCT data from 2008 to the present and CAR-T infusion data from 2020 to the present for participating centers. DBtC enables centers to view and filter outcomes, both specific to a therapy received and across therapies, as logical and appropriate for the center's population. Outcomes include 5-year overall survival, acute and chronic GVHD, and more for HCT patients, as well as neurotoxicity for non-transplant CAR-T patients. DBtC also provides a risk evaluation and mitigation strategy (REMS) report on CAR-T patients. DBtC data are extracted, validated, and refreshed monthly.
DBtC Download also permits users to download data in either excel or comma-separated value format. These data have been validated by CIBMTR data quality processes. Transplant data, found in MyTED, include Pre-TED, Post-TED, and imputed TED equivalents from the CRF track as well as legacy IBMTR data since 1972 and legacy NMDP data to 1987. Other cellular therapy data, found in MyCTED, include Pre-CTED, Post-CTED, and relevant aggregations calculating in the cellular therapy extract from the Integrated Data Warehouse. Both transplant data and other cellular therapy data are updated monthly (SOP-0051: DBtC Monthly Data Load Process). Data dictionaries are provided with definitions for each field and coded values in the datasets.
For data privacy purposes, access to the CIBMTR portal and the DBtC and DBtC tools are restricted to authorized personnel at your center. In addition to being password-protected, all data transmissions are encrypted for security.
DBtC and DBtC Download tool is accessible through the CIBMTR application portal at: portal.cibmtr.org. To access the CIBMTR Portal and its applications, you must have an NMDP user account to authenticate using Okta verify. The primary data manager or medical director at your site is able to create an account for you in the Network Partner Portal. The access granted is based on the role you are given in the system. If you have trouble accessing the system after an account is created, please put in a support ticket via CIBMTR Center Support.