The cornerstone of an enterprise data analytics project is laid by senior level management. That was one message Rick Schooler delivered at Health Data Management’s Healthcare Analytics Symposium in Chicago.

Schooler, the vice president and CIO at Orlando Health, said the effort needs the backing and direction of an executive-level governance group to succeed. Otherwise, any effort at data analytics could be continually sidetracked by what he called the “tyranny of the urgent,” or the need to put out fires as they occur.

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