QHS routinely partners with various industry sponsors to engage in collaborative research. We curate the data in our electronic health record (EPIC) for trends in particular diagnoses, treatments, or outcomes. Often, we build prediction models linking patient baseline characteristics to important clinical outcomes. Cleveland Clinic utilizes EPIC My Practice across the entire organization (installed in 1998). The EHR includes patient demographics, social, medical, family and surgical history, vital signs, imaging data and pathology reports, and rich longitudinal clinical data (diagnosis, procedures, etc.) from both the inpatient and outpatient records. It contains discrete data linkage with Cleveland Clinic laboratory records, and detailed medication usage information. In 2014, Cleveland Clinic set a new annual record for outpatient visits (almost 6 million), and has > 1 million active patients (2 or more encounters within the past 12 months). Our partners have included Amgen, AstraZeneca, Merck, and Novo Nordisk. For more information, please contact Michael Kattan, PhD (Department Chair) at firstname.lastname@example.org or Rajani Tendulkar (Department Administrator) at email@example.com.