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Anthony L. Asher, Sally El Sammak, Giorgos D. Michalopoulos, Yagiz U. Yolcu, A. Yohan Alexander, John J. Knightly, Kevin T. Foley, Christopher I. Shaffrey, Robert E. Harbaugh, Geoffrey A. Rose, Domagoj Coric, Erica F. Bisson, Steven D. Glassman, Praveen V. Mummaneni, and Mohamad Bydon

-sectionality. For example, the focus of ACS NSQIP is considered perioperative and hence only captures 30-day outcomes, which can hinder procedural analyses. 27 While these data sets and several others available via claims data, financial data, and private databases (e.g., MarketScan Research Database and PearlDriver) were not specific for the field of neurosurgery, the need to oblige to the momentum of “big data” research took priority. However, the information within these databases might not always have been sufficient to analyze neurosurgical trends and outcomes of operations