High-quality clinical data enable effective interventions and cost reductions for chronic diseases
Payers typically have no shortage of clinical data at their disposal, with information from health screenings, health assessments, electronic health records (EHRs), clinician notes, test results, and more. But the quality of the data is suspect. In our experience, only about 40% of the clinical data our clients receive from providers or health information exchanges are usable, without need for curation and enrichment. The remaining 60% are inaccurate, incomplete, duplicative, or unstandardized. It requires various levels of curation and enrichment to make data standardized, accurate, and complete.