Two Ways EHR Data Quality Affects A Provider's Care

May 10, 2018

When providers find accurate, usable data within their EHR system, it increases efficiency and provides a comprehensive picture of patients' health. But unfortunately, the opposite is true as well. That is why, as this executive summary shows, ensuring EHR data quality is vital. Causes of missing and incorrect data, The costs to both providers and patients, The benefit of an expert third-party manual discrete clinical abstraction partner.

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