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The latest updates and announcements from the USRDS below:
Now Live: New and Improved USRDS Website
The United States Renal Data System (USRDS) is proud to announce an expansive redesign of our website.
The redesigned website will provide the kidney community with a streamlined approach to the information that health care professionals, patients, and researchers seek. Updates include sleek, simple website navigation with easy access to the information users visit our website for the most: the Annual Data Report (ADR) and previous ADRs, end-stage renal disease (ESRD) quarterly updates, Standard Analysis File (SAF) requests, simple data requests, and much more.
The USRDS has also expanded its public use tools that are available to researchers. We are developing a new data query system that allows substantial customization by the user. Beta versions of this system for identifying counts of incident and prevalent ESRD patients—with resolution as fine as the county—are now available.
We look forward to continuing to serve the kidney community through research, analysis, and investigator-initiated research. If you have any questions about our website, please contact us.
ESRD Quarterly Update
The end-stage renal disease (ESRD) Quarterly Update with data through the third quarter of 2019 is now available.
2019 SAF Available
We identified an issue with the 2012 Institutional ESRD claims. The file didn't include the claims across the first service date for 2012 incident ESRD patients. If your study was approved to use this file, you can contact us to receive an update on the 2012 institutional claims.
Now Available: 2019 ADR
The abbreviated 2019 USRDS Annual Data Report is now available.
The RenDER system now includes data through 2016.
ESRD Update Available
The ESRD Quarterly Update with data through the third quarter of 2018 is now available.