Public health is heavily dependent on collecting and sharing accurate patient data.
Standards for data collection and interoperability can move the needle toward better health data, but it is up to healthcare organisations.
Unfortunately, persistent data-quality issues beginning at the provider level continue to undermine population health.
➡️ Inaccurate and incomplete patient records.
➡️ Duplicate patient records.
➡️ When patient records are inaccurate or incomplete
➡️ Inconsistent data stored in disparate systems across different institutions.
➡️ Outdated reporting for purposes of health equity and SDOH measures.
Modern data platforms allow healthcare organisations to:
💪Improve return on investment in their data
💪Aggregate data access
💪Free up staff time and resources with better tools and processes
💪Enhance health equity and SDoH initiatives
💪Be better prepared for the next public health crisis.
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