The American Medical Informatics Association would like to see the National Institutes of Health consider different metrics to assess data quality and completeness when measuring the value of biomedical digital data repositories.

“In the era of precision medicine, biomedical data repositories are the lifeblood of clinical research,” said AMIA President and CEO Doug Fridsma, MD. “As we begin to re-engineer the clinical research enterprise, it will be critical to objectively differentiate between quality and inferior repositories.”

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