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Data Integrity Matters | Unjustified Invalidation of Orphan Data

By September 22, 2017

Orphan data may exist for any number of scientific or operational reasons, but in today’s environment – until the regulators trust the companies again – each piece of orphan data is suspect and may contain evidence of data tampering. So can you delete it?

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Data Integrity Matters | The Human Factors

By August 25, 2017

3 signs that you need to create a culture of compliance As mentioned in my first post on data integrity, people trust that companies create safe, quality products and rely on data to support that… Read more >

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Data Integrity Matters | Why is Data Integrity a Hot Topic Now?

By June 30, 2017

What can happen when a laboratory doesn’t know that its electronic records leave a digital trace that the FDA can follow.

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Data Integrity Matters | Why is Data Integrity Important?

By May 10, 2017

Definition: Da·ta In·teg·ri·ty Data provides the evidential support that a hypothesis is true or false. This might be a hypothesis that an academic theory can be proved, that food is safe for consumption, that water is… Read more >

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Data Integrity Matters | Introduction

By March 30, 2017

It’s not just about compliance any more. You’ve seen it in the headlines: 79% of Warning Letters issued by the FDA cite data integrity issues in 2016 (up from just 26% in 2013). But what… Read more >

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