Title: Name: Course: Institution: Professor: Date: HealthCare Date Quality Introduction In any big organization there are several challenges that usually affect the smooth running of the organizations to meet the set expectations and goals. Incorrect data within the organization is a big problem that might lead to losses as well as inefficient running of the Organization programs. However there are some measures that can be enhanced to ensure that data available and recorded within the organization’s transactions is reliably correct. Some information recorded within a health center includes the patient’s data workers in formation as well in a very convenient way since the model embraces technology hence IT knowledge can be a vital tool in ensuring that data is retrieved (Wager 2013). References Wager K. Lee F. & Glaser J. (2013). Health care information systems: A practical approach for health care management (3rd ed). San Francisco CA: John Wiley and Sons. Wu R. C. & Straus S. E. (2016). Evidence for handheld electronic medical records in improving care: a systematic review. BMC medical informatics and decision making. Gerald L. G. et.al (2013) Information Systems for HealthCare Management Hospital Administration and Care (8TH ed.) [...]
A large health service organization (HSO) has a problem with data quality. •First, identify some of the issues that the organization might be having, such as accuracy, accessibility, comprehension, or currency. •Next, identify the steps you would recommend this HSO take to identify and remediate their problems. •Is the AHIMA (American Health Information Management Association) Data Quality Model useful in a situation like this? Why or why not? •Explain how you might apply the AHIMA Data Quality Model to an organization that is having data quality issues.