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ATLAS Application Status and Roadmap

Last Updated: December 27, 2022



Scheduled maintenance to ATLAS will take place on Wednesday, January 11, from 5:00 to 7:00 pm, to fix security vulnerabilities and apply some bug fixes in critical systems software. All system access will be affected and service will be interrupted at that time. Please plan your work ahead of time and log out of the application during scheduled maintenance.

ATLAS application is currently in software version 1 at Mount Sinai and is available for user testing. Features and functionality are regularly updated, and scheduled maintenance is announced in advance through


As of December 2021, all ATLAS functions (left-hand tabs) are available to users.

ATLAS functionality is currently limited to include:

  • De-identified data source only
  • OMOP standard concept IDs are contained within only the following clinical domains: conditions, procedures, visits, vitals measurements
  • All other domains can be queried using concepts in Epic vocabularies

ATLAS beta contains the following limitations:

  • Data containing PHI, including datamarts, are not yet available for query
  • Most ATLAS data uses OMOP standard concept IDs, but some live data uses non-standard vocabularies



The following improvements to ATLAS are planned for the 4th quarter of 2021:

  • Add four datamarts containing PHI: BioMe, Anal Cancer, Liver, and iSite
  • Enhance ATLAS deployment process to support ATLAS users

Thank you for providing feedback in ATLAS’ beta release. Read ATLAS’ Tutorial for usage documentation. If you are experiencing an access issue or error within the application, please submit a ticket.