How to develop an enterprise data strategy

Healthcare payers and providers are increasingly looking to leverage data to improve customer satisfaction and patient outcomes, as well as lower costs — however, developing the infrastructure to achieve this goal can be challenging.

The 2016 Harvey Nash/KPMG CIO Survey found that 65 percent of IT leaders report a skills shortage is holding the industry back, with big data and analytics topping the list of skills still in demand. A Stoltenberg Consulting poll found that 51 percent of healthcare IT leaders report the most significant barrier to hospital data analytics is not knowing what data to collect, followed by a lack of organizational clarity on what to look for when analyzing it. With these barriers in play, how can healthcare organizations learn to harness the power of all of their data?

Find out in a January 17 webinar sponsored by enterprise technology company MarkLogic.

Healthcare IT and payments executive at MarkLogic Bill Gaynor, CMIO of Kentucky-based Owensboro Health David Danhauer, MD, Senior Vice President of GE Healthcare Camden Group David A. DiLoreto, MD, and Marcee Chmait, who leads innovation at SCAN Health Plan, will lead a discussion on how developing a flexible enterprise data strategy can provide healthcare organizations with solutions related to data governance, metadata management and security.

To register for the webinar, click here.

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