Improving data quality in your practice through Diabetes/Immunisation Data
This 30-minute session will provide an overview of the importance of high-quality patient clinical records and practical examples of how to improve your practice’s data quality, using either a diabetes or immunisation quality improvement activity.
This session will aim to guide medical practice administrative and clinical staff in gaining a foundational understanding of:
- The clinical risks of poor data;
- The importance of coding clinical information to ensure quality diagnosis and medical history/observations data;
- Importance of medical terminology; and
- The benefits of up-to-date and accurate data within clinical software's and when uploading documents to the My Health Record.
This training will support practices to use PIP QI Improvement Measures relating to diabetes (measures 1 and 10) to improve their data quality.
This training will support practices to use PIP QI Improvement Measures relating to influenza immunisation and diagnosis data (measures 5 and 6) to improve their data quality.
For more information, contact Australian Digital Health Agency.