Data governance is more complex than ever before, and the stakes are growing — especially in healthcare. As organizations use data from a growing array of sources, careful data governance must ensure that only approved teams have access.
COVID-19 highlighted these challenges, as organizations suddenly had to integrate test results and report them to public health authorities. Vaccinations are following a similar process.
That’s why we asked Lorraine Fernandes, President of the International Federation of Health Information Management Associations (IFHIMA) and Deanna Nole, IMT Director of Solutions & Marketing, to join us for our second episode of the Semarchy-IMT podcast.
In this episode – Healthcare Essentials: Intelligent Data Governance and Stewardship, they discuss how healthcare organizations can prioritize data quality and governance while managing new data sources and data sharing demands.
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Key takeaways & resources:
- Propagating poor data can have immense downstream effects — so it’s essential to use data discovery and profiling capabilities right from the start. Measuring data quality against your existing KPIs can help you identify potential issues before they snowball.
- Intelligent cross-department workflows can apply the right rules while accounting for your existing data governance’s user- and role-specific authorizations. After all, each set of stakeholders care about different domains and use cases. (We call this MultiVector MDM.)
- Semarchy’s Intelligent Data Hub can give you the data governance, quality, and enrichment framework you need to measure and manage your data as you bring on new sources.
Check out our first podcast in the series, in case you missed it: Unlock the Digital Front Door for True Consumer Engagement or learn more about how IMT Health:iDM can help you improve your own data governance, even as additional stakeholders need to use your data.
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