The "D" Word
“Integrity of data is fundamental and permits good board decision-making. Failure to manage data integrity risk is indicative of a poor control framework. Integrity can be lost due to poor technology or when data is processed incorrectly. Erroneous data can be costly to fix and can damage the reputation of an individual provider. Accurate data and up-to-date information will assist in areas such as compliance with rent setting, maintenance of providers’ asset management strategies and in preparation of KPIs.”
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