Most healthcare organizations are becoming more dependent on data to make clinical, administrative and business decisions. However, because most organizations have implemented different types of information systems at different times, the information doesn’t always match up well enough to make important decisions that could impact patient safety or an organization’s strategic direction. Healthcare organizations share how they are using information governance to achieve a single version of “truth” to overcome these hurdles.

Attendees will learn about:

  • Challenges that healthcare organizations face
  • Approaches and technologies that help sort out incongruities in data
  • Steps that organizations have taken to begin the process of improving data quality and homogeneity

Key Speakers

Fred Bazzoli
Editor, Health Data Management
Indrani Ganguly
Vice President & CIO, JFK Health
Katherine Lusk, MHSM, RHIA, FAHIMA
Chief Health Information Management & Exchange Officer, Children’s Health System of Texas
Deborah Green, MBA, RHIA
Chief Innovation and Global Services Officer, American Health Information Association (AHIMA)
Anna Orlova
Senior Director, Standards, American Health Information Association (AHIMA)