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Monthly Archives: December 2012

Data quality drawing intense interest in healthcare

Paul Newman Archive
As the healthcare field makes the transition to electronic health records, companies in the industry have faced increased pressure to make sure digital data quality is as high as possible to prevent any miscommunication when sharing information between physicians or care providers.

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Big data projects drawing attention and investments

Paul Newman Archive
As companies look to stay at the cutting edge of their fields, they are considering big data projects that can help them innovate current processes, introduce new ones that can increase profitability, and uphold data quality.

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Companies looking to gain an edge with data analytics

Paul Newman Archive
At the recent Silicon Valley Comes to Oxford event, big data evangelists asserted that insight and analytics will be essential to business success in the future, as reported by Ben Rooney in an article for The Wall Street Journal.

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Healthcare data requires organization to lead to meaningful insights

Rachel Wheeler Archive
In a recent article for Physician's Practice, Daniel Essin explains that healthcare data is not created equally because the information spans four categories that have varying purposes and data quality requirements.

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EHRs lack adequate data quality standards for reporting measures

Richard Jones Archive
Healthcare reform is inspiring a growing number of doctors and practices in the United States to switch to electronic health records (EHRs) so they can qualify for incentive payments from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS).

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