By Mark Vreeland, Executive Director, Advisory – Healthcare, Ernst & Young LLP

With the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act being implemented in stages through 2020, there has never been a more critical need for effective information governance at health care organizations in the United States. A powerful information governance program—one that sets forth clear structures, policies, processes and controls for managing data and information as business assets—offers significant benefits to health care organizations working to meet the new rules and requirements of health care reform.

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