The NACCHO Informatics Group is looking forward to some great presentations by Caleb Wiedeman (Tennessee Department of Health) and Harold Gil (County of San Diego Public Health Services) on how their organizations ensure data quality when using BioSense 2.0 technologies. This webinar is hosted by ISDS and the BioSense Redesign Team. Please scroll down for more information.
BioSense v2.0 Webinar: Data Quality Checks and Assurance
Date and Time
Thursday, May 22, 2014 – 3:00pm – 4:00pm EDT
ISDS and the BioSense Redesign Team
Caleb Wiedeman, MPH, Epidemiologist, Tennessee Department of Health
Harold Gil, MSPH, Applied Public Health Informatics Fellow, County of San Diego Public Health Services
Presenters Caleb Wiedeman and Harold Gil will describe some of the processes their organizations use to ensure the quality of data in BioSense v2.0. First, Caleb Wiedeman will review his normal routine of verifying data quality, including checking the front end of the BioSense v2.0 application for aberrations and drops in visit counts, linking front-end data to the back end using R, and using phpMyAdmin to check daily files. This portion of the presentation will focus on Tennessee’s system and the data they receive from six facilities within a single health system.
Following the data quality checks segment, Harold Gil will more broadly discuss the User Community Extension Project (UCEP) group’s work on data quality. The UCEP has focused on developing and sharing tools that complement BioSense functionality and scale across jurisdictions. Webinar attendees will learn about the data quality script the group has been developing over the last several months.
By the end of this webinar, participants will be able to…
Describe processes that can be used to perform data quality checks in BioSense v2.0.
Identify specific data quality metrics in BioSense v2.0 (e.g., drops in visit counts).
Discuss the UCEP group’s work on BioSense v2.0 data quality scripts.
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