It all starts with this question: Where do you see yourself five or 10 years from today?
Whatever the new source might be, healthcare organizations must have tools available that can assist in the development of IG programs and managing the Big Data influx.
Information governance (IG) is an initiative that takes careful planning and the resources necessary to see successful outcomes. But what are some of the items to look for as you begin an IG program implementation?
AHIMA’s Information Governance Adoption Model™ (IGAM) has been cited in the ONC’s Patient Demographic Data Quality Framework as a resource that provides useful implementation guidance for data governance in the areas of data modeling, data mapping, data audit, data quality controls, data quality management, data architecture, and data dictionaries.
According to results of a startling new survey, four in five doctors (or 83 percent) have experienced a cyberattack of some kind.