…the Empire would have won. Unfortunately for the Empire, its understanding of data was poor.
By Daniel J. Solove
No matter how hard you try, it is impossible to launch a comprehensive information governance (IG) program without first forming a steering committee, according to experts participating in a mock steering committee meeting Tuesday at the National Conference on Managing Electronic Records, taking place this week in Chicago, IL.
Convincing an organization to implement an information governance program is a lot like the Apollo missions to put a man on the moon—except for one thing: getting IG off the ground is much, much harder.
Legal consequences abound at every corner in healthcare. This monthly column presents examples of what those consequences can be.
A new bill has been introduced into the US House of Representatives that calls for a required ICD-10 transition period following the code set’s implementation on October 1.