information management week 1 discussion

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Health Medical

South University

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Relying on data

In order to make good decisions, data must be reliable. There are several conditions that need to be met—accurate, timely, and complete for reliable data.

Share an example of when you had to make a decision using data that were not accurate, timely, or complete.

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Response on Relying on data
Data reliance is imperative in the case of the decision-making processes in the enterprise,
science, and other fields. The provision of reliable data depends solely on its accuracy,
timeliness, and totality. Correct data is one of the key requirements that guarantee that the correct
information is accurate rather than errors or biases that could lead to inaccurate conclusions
(Bolt, 2023). Time consideration highlights the significance of the timeliness requirement for
data to be accurate or, otherwise, it won't serve the intended purpose. Additionally, the data
integration includes every key aspect of the situation taken under consideration with no gaps that
could be critical for the decision procedure. As a result, any kind of data integrity becomes of
paramount importance for making informed and right decisions...


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