Data Quality (DQ) Subcommittee Calls

Description: 

 

2021 Data Quality Subcommittee Meetings

September 2021 - Recording 

August 2021 - Recording 

July 20201 - Recording, Slides, Agenda 

June 2021 - No call this month 

May 2021 - No call this month

April 2021 - Recording, Slides, Agenda 

March 2021 - Recording, Slides, Agenda (Additional resource: Data Interoperability and Exchange to Support COVID-19 Containment

February 2021 - Recording, Slides, Agenda

January 2021 - Recording  Slides, Agenda

 

2020 DQ MEETINGS

December 2020 - Recording, Slides, Agenda 

November 2020 - Recording, Slides, Agenda 

 Additional Urgent Care resources

October 2020 - Recording, Slides, Agenda 

September 2020 - Recording, Slides, Agenda 

August 2020 - Recording, Slides, Agenda

July 2020 - No call this month 

June 2020Recording, Slides, Agenda

May 2020 - Recording, Slides, Agenda

April 2020 - Recording, Slides, Agenda

April 2020 Ad Hoc Meeting (Topic: Discussion with EHR Vendors and COVID-19) - RecordingNotes

March 2020 - Recording, SlidesAgenda, Presenter Slides

February 2020 - Recording, Slides, Agenda

January 2020 - Recording, Slides, Agenda

2019 DQ MEETINGS

December 2019 Recording, SlidesAgenda

November 2019 Recording, SlidesAgendaBrief Notes

October 2019

September 2019

August 2019

July 2019

 

2020 UC MEETINGS

January 2020 - Recording

 

Primary Topic Areas: 
Original Publication Year: 
2019
Event/Publication Date: 
August, 2019

August 01, 2019

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