A pragmatic framework for single-site and multisite data quality assessment in electronic health record-based clinical research.

@article{Kahn2012APF,
  title={A pragmatic framework for single-site and multisite data quality assessment in electronic health record-based clinical research.},
  author={Michael G. Kahn and Marsha A. Raebel and Jason M. Glanz and Karen K Riedlinger and John F. Steiner},
  journal={Medical care},
  year={2012},
  volume={50 Suppl},
  pages={S21-9}
}
INTRODUCTION Answers to clinical and public health research questions increasingly require aggregated data from multiple sites. Data from electronic health records and other clinical sources are useful for such studies, but require stringent quality assessment. Data quality assessment is particularly important in multisite studies to distinguish true variations in care from data quality problems. METHODS We propose a "fit-for-use" conceptual model for data quality assessment and a process… CONTINUE READING
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