data chain

data chain

[′dad·ə ‚chān]
(computer science)
Any combination of two or more data elements, data items, data codes, and data abbreviations in a prescribed sequence to yield meaningful information; for example, “date” consists of data elements year, month, and day.
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With providers, payers, pharmacies, labs, and patients all having access to sensitive records, information security becomes vulnerable to the weakest link in the data chain.
This data chain concept consists on mapping, tracking and aggregating key data from the mine planning process all the way to finished goods and mineral sales.
The weakest link in the data chain determines how strong the entire chain is--one weak valve or section of line sets the upper limit for operational capacities and pressures for the entire system.
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Today, the huge role of IT in managing logistics and shipping businesses means that the electronic data is almost as important as the physical packages themselves, and even to some extent, while there can occasionally be breakdowns in the physical supply chain, due to physical events or issues, any breakdown in the data chain can be a catastrophic event.
The idea is that as well as waiting for doctors to officially diagnose and report a specific illness up the data chain, a process that may take days, McCloskey's team will get prior warning by assessing symptoms early.
Once participants in the insurance industry data chain adopt a standard, the next challenge is to develop a systematic, marketwide, quantitative approach to assessing and enhancing data quality.
This support included a GATM performance assessment and a data chain certification of the Air Force Flight Management System (AFFMS) and the digital aeronautical flight information file (DAFIF) it uses.
The system is designed to analyse information transmitted instantly through the ground-to-air data chain from the radio address inquiry reporting system.
The synergistic benefit comes when two or more services can feed each other, enabling the ecosystem to grow the data chain value by way of enrichment between data consumers and producers.
Technology: Regardless of the coexistence of old and new equipment, conflicting data formats, or a complex data chain, a quality hub brings data together into a centralized database for optimal accessibility.

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