Evaluation and rating of the quality of biomedical data repositories (DQV)

DQV allows the quality of an institution’s biomedical data to be analysed in order to maximise the use of existing resources in health services for optimal knowledge extraction. DQV is specially designed to analyse biomedical information, includes technologies for measuring spatial and temporal stability, and a biomedical data rating service. All this facilitates using standards for health data modelling and communication and can be applied to highly structured data.


  • Data Quality Assurance: The primary application of DQV is to ensure the quality and reliability of data stored in biomedical data repositories. This involves identifying, examining, and correcting systematic errors to ensure the data’s usefulness.
  • EHR Management: DQV can be used in managing Electronic Health Records (EHRs), which store a patient’s complete clinical history. It ensures these records are accurate, error-free, and properly organised for easy access and use.
  • Healthcare Decision Making: By ensuring the reliability of biomedical data, DQV can support decision-making processes in healthcare. Accurate, high-quality data can aid healthcare professionals in making immediate diagnoses and determining the best course of treatment.
  • Healthcare Research: For researchers in the healthcare sector, DQV can be valuable in ensuring that the data they are using is of high quality, thereby improving the validity of their research findings.

Technology Overview

As healthcare systems continue to integrate digital technology and big data, ensuring patient information accuracy and quality becomes increasingly essential. DQV aids in making sure that this crucial information is reliable and efficiently organised.

In the realm of precision medicine, DQV operates as a high-tech ally. Every modern hospital system relies on a digital data centre that safeguards and provides immediate access to essential information for swift diagnoses. Here, DQV plays a pivotal role in assessing data quality in these centres to ensure their utility for medical practitioners.

Electronic Health Records (EHR), the repositories for a person’s clinical life data, including interactions with health systems and associated medical events, symptoms, ailments, diseases, and medications, must be accurate and free of systematic errors. DQV, with its superior evaluation capabilities, ensures the reliability of these EHRs. It determines whether the data stored can be integrated and utilised or if it requires corrections to guarantee its usability.

DQV is equipped with advanced technologies for measuring spatial and temporal stability, along with a biomedical data rating service. These features make DQV an essential tool for analysing an institution’s biomedical data, optimising the use of health service resources, and maximising knowledge extraction. Its functionality enables standards for health data modelling and communication, particularly for highly structured data.

Harness the power of DQV today to ensure your biomedical data repositories meet the highest standards of quality and reliability. Improve the precision of your healthcare services with a tool designed specifically to address the complexities of biomedical information.


Juan Miguel García Gómez
ITACA Institute – Universitat Politècnica de Valencia
Camino de Vera, s/n. Edificio 8G, Acceso B, piso 1
46022 Valencia (Spain)

Phone +34 96 387 70 00 (Extension: 75278)

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Technology Details

IP Status:
Registered software

Phase of development:
TRL 8: All functionalities of the software are simulated and tested in real scenarios.

Desired Partnerships:
• License