Welcome to Data & Information Quality Week
Sponsored by CIHI, 3terra, & Microsoft
The pandemic has shone a light on just how important data and information are.
Leaders at all levels and across many sectors rely on quality information
to make decisions that impact people’s health.
Those who work within the health information profession
are uniquely equipped to input accurate, complete, and consistent data
and ensure that information outputs are high-quality.
Join us from January 24–28, 2022, to learn the importance of
data and information quality from industry leaders.
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0048 Impact of Registration Errors in Acute Care PPB resource
0105 An Introduction to Computer-Assisted Coding PPB resource
0106 Strategies for Quality Clinical Coding PPB resource
Exploring how quality data leads to better information
What is the difference between data and information? This article outlines the relationship between the two and their implication on health care.
Being your own data steward in Manitoba during a pandemic
Laura Krawec, CHIM, MBNU chapter, explains how to be a data steward while accessing health services online.
Share a social media card this week to bring attention to the importance of data and information quality in Canada.