The current global healthcare crisis caused by the COVID-19 pandemic has revealed weaknesses in the system. Especially in the United States. A nation with more than 320 million people. According to government health ministries, the virus has infected more than 96 million civilians. As the country with the most cases of infection, a shortage of material and staff is expected, forcing private and governmental entities to transform their services, processes, and platforms to provide them. The global agenda and the strong generational demand also require healthcare centers to improve the care offered to patients, who have had to sacrifice quality in exchange for speed.
While organizations find meaningful ways to leverage a large volume of data, bad or poor-quality data create hindrances. Staying organized and keeping data healthy and running is critical to the healthcare business. Duplicate, outdated, inaccurate, incomplete, or inconsistent data can significantly impact efforts to grow profitably.