How to Improve Healthcare Data Quality Through Policy and Procedure Management

How to Improve Healthcare Data Quality Through Policy and Procedure Management

One of the single most common root-causes of poor information quality is outdated documentation and a lack of governance in the way policies and procedures are managed.

Nowhere is this more critical than in the healthcare sector.

In this interview I speak to Ellis Pratt, ranked the most influential blogger on technical communication in Europe and author/editor of 'How to Write Instructions' and 'Trends in Technical Communication'.

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Healthcare Data Quality On A Shoestring: 10 Tips from Stuart Brown Interview - Data Quality Pro

Healthcare Data Quality On A Shoestring: 10 Tips from Stuart Brown Interview - Data Quality Pro

In this interview Stuart Brown of Zenith Solutions in Australia explains how the data quality changes he made within a public sector health organisation provided a range of benefits that culminated in the organisation winning an award for data quality.

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Data Quality In The NHS: Interview With Julie Perkin, NHS Data Quality Manager

What is it like to lead and manage the delivery of data quality services in a high-pressure environment within a UK NHS Hospital Trust?

In this interview with data quality expert and manager, Julie Perkin, we learn some of the daily challenges facing data quality practitioners in this demanding industry. 

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NHS unique ID failure leads to duplicate newborn patient records

NHS unique ID failure leads to duplicate newborn patient records

In this post we look at a data quality failure that comes very close to home as my newborn son falls foul of a defective NHS patient ID allocation process.

We look at how easy it was for the situation to arise and the potentially serious issues that this kind of data quality failure raises for the quality of patient care in the UK.


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