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Thursday, July 23, 2015

2:00 p.m. - 2:45 p.m.
Track: Data Governance View Track

BEST PRACTICES: BRIDGING THE GOVERNANCE GAP BETWEEN MDM & DATA QUALITY

Kim Jackson, Director Analytics, Data Warehousing and Special Applications, ST. JOSEPH HEALTH

Increasing M&A activity and daunting regulatory compliance requirements demand that all health systems establish processes that support clean, safe and connected data.  St. Joseph Health (SJH) is a values-based healthcare delivery system that serves residents throughout northern and southern California, west Texas and eastern New Mexico ($6B annual revenues; 17 hospitals; 24,000 staff; 400 IT personnel).  In 2014, SJH initiated an enterprise information management initiative in support of its analytics program. Among the initiatives undertaken was the forming of collaboratives to educate business owners to gain understanding of the business and technical implications of MDM and Data Quality.  This session will cover how SJH developed a business case and initiated their Data Governance program by discussing these topics and more:

  • Linking the MDM golden record to transactional data
  • Improving ROI through a “closed loop strategy”
  • Articulating the program value & objectives to the business & IT leadership

 

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