The Seven Simple Principles of Health Care Data Governance

    Data is now one of the most valuable assets in any organization, especially as we transition to a more analytically driven health care industry with the rise of artificial intelligence (AI) and business intelligence (BI). Data is often the longest-lasting asset in any organization, potentially outliving facilities, devices, and people. Organizations must create structures and processes that will generate maximum value from the data for its immediate purposes and over the long run.

    In this report, we offer seven simple practices of data governance that can be used as a self-guided tour through the maze of puzzling, often conflicting advice.

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