Health Information Technologies and Processes

Survey Invite: Assessing the Quality of Secondary Data in EHRs

  • 1.  Survey Invite: Assessing the Quality of Secondary Data in EHRs

    Posted 04-15-2019 12:45

    To address/assess the quality of secondary data in electronic health records with the intent to discover the priority of data quality assessments when evaluating secondary data.

    As a Graduate Student/AHIMA Member at The College of St. Scholastica, I will be gathering information and analyzing the data received.  Student faculty advisor:  Raniah Aldekhyyel, Research Advisor -  This survey has been posted to the AHIMA Engage online communities and is a product or request from a private individual and not one from AHIMA/AHIMA Foundation, unless specifically noted as such. Neither AHIMA nor the AHIMA Foundation sponsor or endorse survey information or this request.

    It is anticipated that this survey will take [5 minutes or less], and participation is voluntary. Participants have the right not to answer any questions and to stop the survey at any point. Identifiable data will not be used in reporting of results, and aggregate data will be used whenever possible. The following measures will be taken to ensure the confidentiality of all data received: Your responses will be kept completely confidential. The computer address will NOT be associated with survey responses when you respond to the Internet survey.  Only the researchers will see your individual survey responses.  This information may be reviewed by individuals at The College of St. Scholastica who have appropriate regulatory oversight functions. Results will be reported in collective format.  This survey has gone through the Institutional Review Board (IRB) review process and has received IRB approval through IRBNet – under IRBNet Protocol ID# 1411889-1 approved on 04/05/2019.

    Funding for this survey has not been received, and incentives will not be paid to participants. Follow-up contact with survey participants will not be made.

    Results will be disseminated via will be presented in educational settings and at professional conferences, and the results might be published in a professional journal in the field of health informatics and information management, and as required all documentation will note the following:

    Information gathered for this study is the result of a survey or other collection tool posted by a visitor to an AHIMA Engage online community. The information does not represent the views or opinions of AHIMA, the AHIMA Foundation, or AHIMA membership, and is not sponsored or endorsed by AHIMA unless otherwise noted.

    Link to online survey/data collection tool: []

    Victoria Costa
    Business Data Analyst