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What is the quality of that data reflect the known or acceptable range of values for the specific data? Data Validity
Name the term that refers to the quality that data is correct. Data Accuracy
What term refers to a list of details about each field in a database? Data Dictionary
The smallest element or unit of knowledge is known as: Data
The first data standardization efforts focused on what type of hospital data refers to what type of data? Mortality Data
Data that has been collected, analyzed and interpreted to be used for a specific purpose is known as: Information
What type of data can be used to identify common characteristics that might predict the course of a disease about a group of patients? Aggregate Data
Which term refers to a list of recommended data elements with uniform definitions? Data Set
What are the 2 key principles of Data Quality? Data Accuracy & Data Validity
What needs to happen for the data to be useful? It must be processed
What are the main purposes of data sets? To identify the data elements that should be collected for each patient & To provide uniform information for common terms
What is the purpose of using comparison data? Internal performance improvement, external accreditation & statistical research studies
What does data include? Facts about patients, Insurance information for a patient & measurements about a patient
Created by: Mackey1