Hospitals have rapidly embraced the digital age, moving to electronic health records systems and other forms of information systems that capture data electronically. Increased digitization has come with challenges, however, as healthcare organizations now face challenges in managing information, knowing which data is the most recent, and being able to determine the accuracy and completeness of a person’s medical record. Improving data practices is at the core of information governance, which helps organizations ensure that their data assets are properly managed. This webinar studies how hospitals can implement or improve collaboration that’s needed to better manage data and achieve quantifiable results.

Attendees will learn:

  • How to implement an effective information governance process.
  • How to gain influential buy-in to support the process.
  • How to use information governance to achieve measureable results and benefits.

Key Speakers

Fred Bazzoli
Editor, Health Data Management
Katherine Downing, MA, RHIA, CHPS, PMP, CPHI
Vice President, Information Governance, Informatics, and Standards AHIMA Approved IG Adoption Model Consultant