In this month’s post, the author discusses working to gain executive sponsorship from the CMIO for implementing system-wide policies for patient naming, matching, and identification
Without working knowledge in the IG field we will lose the opportunity for effective participation along with a notable place as leaders in IG. Other professionals will surely seize this moment should we fall behind in acquiring mastery.
If you are reading this blog you are curious about information governance, learning about IG, or onboard with IG. Our goal is to get all members of AHIMA onboard with IG.
The light bulb has gone off that just because they now have advanced health IT systems such as electronic health record systems does not mean that they have good data.
Last week I took a few more steps down the IG Yellow Brick Road by meeting with our director of patient access. It was a productive meeting; we both learned from each other and agreed to work together.
In early 2016, Suzanne Goodell, co-chair of AHIMA’s Information Governance Practice Council and director of meaningful use in a large regional health system, invited our blog readers to accompany her on her IG journey. In this blog post, Goodell updates us on her progress.