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A Generic Method and Implementation to Evaluate and Improve Data Quality in Distributed Research Networks.

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Summary of "A Generic Method and Implementation to Evaluate and Improve Data Quality in Distributed Research Networks."

 With the increasing personalization of clinical therapies, translational research is evermore dependent on multisite research cooperations to obtain sufficient data and biomaterial. Distributed research networks rely on the availability of high-quality data stored in local databases operated by their member institutions. However, reusing data documented by independent health providers for the purpose of care, rather than research ("secondary use"), reveal a high variability in terms of data formats, as well as poor data quality, across network sites.

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Name: Methods of information in medicine
ISSN: 2511-705X
Pages: 86-93

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