Data Integrity Management
Data corruption from duplicate records or the lack of normalized data prevents accurate reporting and uniform connections to third-party systems. Nevertheless, data corruption is rampant in on-premises and “web-enabled” systems. This occurs when the end-user inputs incorrect data or multiple instances of the same record e.g. referring doctor or a procedure code. The problem is further compounded when there is not an active data integrity strategy, algorithm or management of that process.
A web-based system enables the professional management of data integrity by scrubbing duplicates and preventing the end-user from corrupting data. Active data integrity algorithms can be employed and managed through centralized data administration.