Tag: USCDI

Data Mining: A Data Quality Approach

Health Information Exchanges (HIEs) have always been about the data. The very purpose of these organizations is to provide the data that supports better health care. And, having as much information as possible about that data is making obvious benefits for daily operations, data governance and business development. The Cures Act Adds an Additional Data…
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USCDI as a Critical Framework for Data Quality

Health data needs are shifting, including the role of standards to create new opportunities, as is the case for advancing data quality through the United State Core Data for Interoperability (USCDI). Ever since HITECH spurred a dizzying rise of health information technology, the industry has lamented over what could be. Now, thanks to the work…
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Interoperability Alert: Aligning to ONC’s Draft USCDI v2

Shifts in standards can lead to transformative shifts in interoperability. There are plenty of bumps on the road to interoperability, but the United States Core Data for Interoperability (USCDI) is a pioneering vocabulary standard that addresses one of the more significant pain points to seamless data exchange. While there are well defined data exchange standards…
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