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GC3 Annual Conference

November 14-16 Mobile, AL More »

MDM and Data Governance

November 4-6 New York, NY More »

AMIA Annual Symposium

November 2-7 San Fransisco, CA More »

SHIEC Annual Conference

August 19-22 Atlanta, GA More »

Denver Health IT Summit

July 12-13, 2018 Denver, CO More »

Expanding Roles: HIM’s Terminology Management Opportunity

Data and documentation in healthcare have become increasingly more complex. The healthcare industry’s push toward greater value means healthcare organizations must have systems in place to support high-level data governance and information sharing. Simply put, there is a lot riding on a healthcare organization’s ability to engage in business intelligence, analytics, quality measurement, population health, […] More »

Executive Brief: Rethinking Data Strategies for Bottom Line Impact – The Power of Reference Data Management

Extracting “value” to achieve bottom line results requires healthcare organizations have systems in place to ensure clinical, operational, and financial data are captured and used to for reporting quality metrics tied to risk-based payments and reimbursement. More »

Breaking Down the Data Silos: How reference data is the cornerstone of an overall data management strategy

The importance of overcoming this challenge was recently underscored in a webinar hosted by Health Data Management. My colleague Brian Diaz, Wolters Kluwer Health Language Senior Director of Strategy, and I took an in-depth look at how healthcare organizations can bring together strategy, systems, and infrastructure to support management of a crucial enterprise asset: reference data. More »

Breaking down the silos of big data: How reference data is the cornerstone of an overall data management strategy

Managing reference data is a critical building block of an overall master data management strategy, and the missing link that helps to structure and prepare data for more advanced analytics and reporting to achieve greater healthcare initiatives. More »

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