Informatica: How Data Quality Drives Value Across the Healthcare Enterprise

  • 04 Jun 2019
  • 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
  • MHDC Offices and Online

Registration

  • Members may attend the talk in person - space is limited!
  • Members may attend online if preferred
  • Non-members can join MHDC as Individual Online members and save over 50% on AC Series events.
  • Non Members may attend presentations online.

Registration is closed

How Data Quality Drives Value Across the Healthcare Enterprise


Data quality in healthcare is more important and more challenging to achieve than ever before. Mergers and acquisitions, payment reform, and quality reporting demand more quality data than healthcare organizations are accustomed to providing. It takes a keen understanding of an enterprise’s data and operations to achieve practical and lasting improvements. Improvements in data quality can involve disrupting and redesigning existing workflows to improve data quality and avoid “after the fact” data remediation efforts. Data quality efforts often converge with enterprise data governance initiatives creating added benefits and challenges.

 Learning Objectives:

During this webinar, you’ll learn how improving data quality can drive value across the enterprise by:

  • Providing capabilities that address the needs of IT as well as clinical and business people, and help them better collaborate to ensure data is fit for use
  • Fitting into the context of larger initiatives like analytics, data governance, regulatory compliance, and master data management
  • Aggregating the right data to demonstrate value using business metrics that matter

Speakers: Richard Cramer, Chief Healthcare StrategistInformatica and Sean McAuley, EDW Manager, Commonwealth Care Alliance

Massachusetts Health Data Consortium
460 Totten Pond Road | Suite 690
Waltham, Massachusetts 02451
781.419.7800
www.mahealthdata.org

For more information,
please contact Arleen Coletti
by email or at 781.419.7818

STAY CONNECTED
join our mailing list

© Massachusetts Health Data Consortium