Understanding Data Governance and Trust in Healthcare:
A CIO’s Perspective
For U.S. healthcare leaders, trusted data is more important than ever, as their organizations migrate from the fee-for-service model to value-based care.
During this transition, healthcare organizations must weigh investments, risks, and trade-offs objectively with quantitative, trustworthy data. This kind of data-driven decision-making will be critical in shaping the initiatives and high-stakes choices required by value-based care.
What is the current state of data trust and access?
- How much trust do CIOs and stakeholders have in their clinical, financial, and operational data these days?
- How many have direct, self-service access to the information they need to make data-driven decisions?
- Are healthcare organizations ready to invest funds to improve trust in data and self-service capabilities?
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Clinical users have the lowest level of self-service in making data-driven decisions, the survey found. More than half of CIOs said that 30 percent or less of their clinical population has self-service in data-driven decision making.