The importance of high-quality clinical data in an increasingly complex health system

Amanda Heidemann, MD, FAAFP and Andrew S. Kanter, MD, MPH, FACMI, FAMIA

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As options for care delivery and health tracking become more complex, sources of patient information have become more abundant – and varied. While technology and analytics advancements have great promise for supporting this complexity, getting to meaningful insights ultimately begins with the quality of the underlying clinical patient data. As a result, the hospital and health system of the future must ensure that a patient’s relevant history is accurate, accessible, and organized in order to support informed care.

Watch the webinar where we discuss:

  • The growing complexity of the care delivery system and its effects on patient data
  • The challenges of keeping relevant patient data and records organized and accessible
  • An example patient journey and the risks of missing or incomplete data on safe, high-quality care
  • The importance of documenting the most precise information for our own care and future generations
  • How clinical terminology can support accurate and complete documentation


Amanda Heidemann, MD, FAAFP
Chief Medical Informatics Officer
CMIO Services, LLC


Andrew S. Kanter, MD, MPH, FACMI, FAMIA
Chief Medical Officer
Intelligent Medical Objects