In my last blog post, I presented some thoughts on showing data changed since last review. Today, we will concentrate on the level of scrutiny and what happens when recording the user actions in the review.
Not all data may require the same level of scrutiny during a review. Additional focus may need to be placed on certain critical measures. For these critical measures, it may be necessary to establish additional value added data or visualizations/aids to support the desired level of scrutiny.
The post entitled 4 Ways You Can Improve The Clinical Data Review Process provides a few examples of visualizations that can help pinpoint outliers.
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