Marna Botha

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Data quality is one of many challenges experienced in e-health. The collection of data with substandard data quality leads to inappropriate information for health and management purposes. Given evidence of challenges with regards to data quality in electronic health systems, the purpose of the study is to prioritise data quality challenges as experienced by(More)
ACCESSIBLE SUMMARY In the previous paper we described a model explaining differences in rates of conflict and containment between wards, grouping causal factors into six domains: the staff team, the physical environment, outside hospital, the patient community, patient characteristics and the regulatory framework. This paper reviews and evaluates the(More)
E-health (electronic health) has become a global term and is referred to in literature as a conversion to electronic health records, benefiting from internet use and health agreements in order to develop sufficient communication between healthcare professionals. Substandard data quality could impact quality of care in health facilities, lead to privacy and(More)
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