You can prefix each of the terms with a "+" or "-" to indicate that the keyword must appear or must not appear, respectively; you can also use the words "AND", "OR", and "NOT" along with parentheses instead of "+" or "-". Additionally, you can search for a phrase by enclosing a series of terms in double quotes. The table below provides several examples of advanced searches.
|aspirin cardiac||Returns all measures which contains either aspirin or cardiac. CMIT will rank measures which contain both terms higher than those which only contain one or the other.|
|+aspirin cardiac hospital||Returns all measures which contain aspirin and either cardiac or hospital. CMIT will rank measures which contain more of the terms higher.|
|+aspirin +cardiac||Returns all measures which contain both aspirin and cardiac.|
|aspirin -cardiac||Returns all measures which contain aspirin and do not contain cardiac.|
|aspirin AND cardiac||Returns all measures which contain both aspirin AND cardiac.|
|aspirin OR cardiac||Returns all measures which contain either aspirin OR cardiac.|
|"kidney disease"||Returns all measures which contain the phrase "kidney disease".|