Health care organizations need to know their data, but they also need to know their objectives. The types and amount of data cleansing they need depends on how they’ll use the data: to track high-risk patients, measure quality, etc.
Many facets of healthcare remained in a state of flux at the close of 2022 and highlight the need to address the issues of data quality, curation, and utility that are paramount for healthcare’s evolution in 2023.
Published article in Healthcare IT Today Within the data sphere, patient information is the most important and crucial healthcare [...]
Health Tech: Dr. Maiuri Ranchhod On How Verinovum’s Technology Can Make an Important Impact on Our Overall Wellness
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A Star Rating is the essential number that drives Medicare Advantage payer performance reporting and customer influence. To improve or [...]