The objective of this study was to create standards for evaluating and reporting data quality in electronic health records by (1) Developing data-user-driven recommendations for evaluating and reporting data quality (2) Defining and assessing a common model for storing data-quality measures (3) Developing data-quality reports and visuals tailored to data users (4) Exploring technical, professional, and policy barriers to increasing data-quality transparency.

Project page: Developing Standards for Improving Measurement and Reporting of Data Quality in Health Research
Principal Investigator: Michael G. Kahn, MD, PhD
Organization: University of Colorado Denver
Original project title: Building PCOR Value and Integrity with Data Quality and Transparency Standards
HSRProj ID: 20143573

To cite this document, please use: Kahn M, Ong T, Barnard J.,et al. 2018. Developing Standards for Improving Measurement and Reporting of Data Quality in Health Research. Washington, DC: Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI). https://doi.org/10.25302/3.2018.ME.13035581

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