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Monthly Archives: July 2012

Banking troubles show compliance woes

Rachel Wheeler Archive
Governance and compliance efforts within international financial institutions are vital to their continued success.

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Businesses must first understand Big Data to make best decisions

Rachel Wheeler Archive
In a recent entry for OCDQ blog, author Jim Harris explains that most businesses are in denial of their data quality needs until something catastrophic happens.

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Data quality concerns stall mental health tax in UK

Rachel Wheeler Archive
The Information Centre for health and social care in the United Kingdom recently released a report on the quality of nationally submitted health and social care data, which prompted concerns about accuracy.

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Email marketing metrics show importance of focus

Rachel Wheeler Archive
Data quality tools such as email address verification can help email advertisers become more adept at reaching their target markets and secure all-important clicks and views.

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Data quality important in health

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There are several important ingredients needed for electronic health records to succeed, data quality tools among them.

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Verifying patient data can reduce claim denials

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Getting claims right is essential for the healthcare industry, especially in anticipation of reimbursement changes as the result of the Affordable Care Act (ACA).

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Big Data holds potential, requires hard work

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A recent study by the Pew Internet & American Life Project points out that there are now massive amounts of data in circulation, and the rate at which it's being generated means it will continue to grow.

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Worldwide data stores benefit from cleansing

Rachel Wheeler Archive
Purchasing options such as the cloud have made it easier than ever to add programs that span the world, meaning there is a greater need than ever to cope with data quality decision.

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Mishandling 'Big Data' may leave businesses in big trouble

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The buzz being generated about Big Data might be leaving some businesses confused about the actual size of the sets of information the potential it may hold, according to a recent article by Information Management.

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Healthcare systems in need of data quality measures, study finds

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The healthcare industry is on the verge of major changes regarding the way providers document, store and access patient data.

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