An interactive, point-and-click (R-Shiny) application was developed to facilitate the routine assessment of known data quality factors that compromise the integrity and timeliness of data sets used at the Marion County Public Health Department (MCPHD). The code (and associated documentation) for this application is being made available online so that other surveillance practitioners interested in adopting this approach can mix and match the features they are most interested in to create customized data quality assessment applications that meet their needs.
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