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Improve The Decision Making Through Data Quality Information In Health Industry

Volume 1 - Issue 3, September 2017 Edition
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Author(s)
Dr. Ahmad Hassan, Dr. Hudebia Allah Buksh
Keywords
Data quality, healthcare industry & management decisions
Abstract
Discussion in this paper is; to improve decision making through data quality information in Healthcare Industry. In every business industry or at workplace, decision making is considered an essential and critical process which is made on the behalf of quality of information that has been collected from different sources. In Healthcare Industry various important decisions are taken through management and these decisions are related to healthcare of patients, their better treatments and growth of the industry. These all are important decisions to make and here data quality information is very much required. Data quality information consists of characteristics such as accuracy, timeliness, usability, comparability, relevancy and privacy. There are various flaws found in decision making processes on the behalf of available data, so it is necessary to make improvements in process of decision making and it is main purpose of this paper to discuss about improvement of decision making process.
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