Find out how our consultants are using their experience and insight to help clients get a better undWe have just posted series of interviews with three of our consultants who explain how they are using their in-depth experience to help our clients get a better understanding of their data.

They have spent years working with NHS data and know it has to be interpreted in the context of how it is collected and coded. In most cases subsequent investigation has found that coding practice has had an impact on the data.

By encouraging clinicians and coders to work together trusts have been able to ensure their data accurately reflects clinical activity and outcomes. In one instance, our consultant queried mortality data that looked too good and was unlikely to be a true reflection of mortality.We have just posted series of interviews with three of our consultants who explain how they are using their in-depth experience to help our clients get a better understanding of their data.

They have spent years working with NHS data and know it has to be interpreted in the context of how it is collected and coded. In most cases subsequent investigation has found that coding practice has had an impact on the data.

By encouraging clinicians and coders to work together trusts have been able to ensure their data accurately reflects clinical activity and outcomes. In one instance, our consultant queried mortality data that looked too good and was unlikely to be a true reflection of mortality.We have just posted series of interviews with three of our consultants who explain how they are using their in-depth experience to help our clients get a better understanding of their data.
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