The contents of this page are provided and managed by NMHC Office of Research. All questions regarding any of the information included on this page should be directly addressed with:
NMHC Office of Research
Northwestern Memorial HealthCare
The NMHC Fiscal Year 2022 Research Pricing Catalog is now available. You may download the full catalog, with pricing, from a secure connection by clicking on the catalog name below:
- NMHC FY22 Research Catalog
- NMG FY22 Research Catalog
- FY22 Investigational Drug Service Fee Schedule (found under NMHC FY22 Research Catalog within Study Tracker)
Please remember to review your current study budgets to ensure that you update any deprecated services with updated CPT codes from the current Research Catalog. A deprecated service code will be noted in the description and should be removed from the budget and replaced with a new cpt code from the current FY22 Research Catalog.
If you need more information or have questions about any of the individual catalogs or their contents, please contact Madeline Dones at the NMHC Office of Research via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
As part of P1, NU IRB Approved studies with NMHC services to be performed after March 3, 2018, are required to create new study budgets in Study Tracker.
You can find detailed steps on budget creation in the Budget Setup Guide.
Please refer to the Study Tracker FAQ for more detailed information.
Because of changes being made to the medical record at Northwestern Medicine you may be at risk of loss of your research data, please read the following email.
You are receiving this message because you are linked to a research study affiliated with Northwestern Medicine. As you may know, we are rebuilding our Epic platform to accommodate inpatient as well as outpatient care through an effort called Project One. We know that many of you have research related templates, workflow or other means of data capture that currently interfaces with Epic or Cerner (Power Chart). Without your active assistance to Project One it is highly likely those research tools and ability to collect data will break—perhaps preventing you from continuing to use our EHR systems to collect clinical data. Our number one reason for contacting you is to avoid this undesirable outcome. To ensure that you continue to have access to the data you need after the Project One go-live date (March 2018), the Project One team needs your feedback to understand how you collect data from NM systems. There is significant risk that this project may hinder your ability to collect clinical information critical to the research you conduct, especially if you use Cerner/PowerChart currently.