Data Quality Case Study
The poor quality of organizational data is a growing concern, one that is affecting all industries. In health care, this issue is particularly salient. Data are no longer used for only internal purposes; healthcare organizations now depend on externally generated data for clinical decision making, quality assurance, cost and utilization analysis, and benchmarking.
KeywordsData Quality Business Process Veteran Health Administration Cost Containment Action Item
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