Part of becoming a data-driven organization is ensuring that analytics partners with other departments – including business, clinical, and informatics – to address key challenges, says Patrick McGill, MD, who talks about his strategy as Chief Analytics Officer.
When it comes to social determinants of health, capturing data is important, but it’s merely one step, says Patrick McGill, MD. It’s also about leveraging that data to understand why gaps exist, and partnering with others to help close them.
For organizations seeking to provide a digital front door, one of the biggest stumbling blocks has been the ability to provide accurate, up-to-date information on providers, according to our panelists, who discussed their strategies during a recent webinar.
As more individuals are able to access patient data, it’s becoming increasingly important to ensure continuous training is provided, and that the technology and processes are in place to enable early detection, according to our security experts.
As with many IT initiatives, governance and finding the right partner are critical when it comes to data archiving. But what’s just as important, according to our panelists, is communicating what exactly it means.