Tag: data governance


Why Data Governance Is The Backbone to Artificial Intelligence’s Potential

August 1, 2017

Via: HitConsultant

A recent contributor to HIT Consultant made a bold, yet not too far fetched statement about the data analytics space. He noted that applied artificial intelligence (AI) is here to stay, and that the more common form of healthcare analytics will slowly […]


3 Data Governance Challenges Today’s Companies Face

March 22, 2017

Via: InformationWeek

Some organizations have mastered data governance, but they are in the minority. As data volumes continue to grow, most businesses are finding it hard to keep up. “You’re going to do this one way or another,” said Shannon Fuller, director […]


Data governance: Make analytics ‘an amazing asset’

October 25, 2016

Via: HealthcareITnews

There is no glory in governance. There are no sparkling data clusters to admire. There are no dazzling 3D images. There is nothing that makes people step back and say: “That is so cool!” Instead, governance is decidedly unsexy. It […]


How healthcare can play safe in the data lake

September 14, 2016

Via: Health Data Management

We’re seeing more healthcare organizations get serious about big data. Even in the boardroom, healthcare leaders are asking, “How can we use big data to help us improve outcomes?” What’s driving this trend? Other industries have benefitted enormously from big […]


Data Governance as a Field of Study

April 5, 2016

Via: Healthcare Informatics

Some interviews and conference sessions just stick with you. I remember three years ago at a breakfast meeting at the HIMSS conference in New Orleans, the Healthcare Informatics editorial board suggested we write more about data governance issues. Then a […]