Managing Data as an Enterprise Asset: A Roundtable Discussion

Managing Healthcare Data as an Enterprise Asset

Effective stakeholder engagement is what differentiates a data management and analytics program stuck in tactical mode from one that leverages data as part of organizational DNA. Creating a data-enabled culture begins with executive buy in yet leadership support is often dependent on establishing stakeholder trust and cultivating consistent engagement.

 

In this interactive discussion, St. Luke’s University Health Network leaders and Colin Hung, CMO and Editor of Healthcare Scene, will explore the organizational processes and commitment necessary to transform data into an enterprise asset.

 

Key takeaways from this roundtable will include:

 

  • How to effectively organize stakeholder engagement to ensure participation and adoption
  • How to drive consistent and meaningful stakeholder engagement
  • How to initiate the data literacy and data governance processes

 

Attendees will learn why deep stakeholder engagement leads to measurable business impact and how effective data management can unlock the value of an organization’s EHR investment.

 

This installment of the “Managing Data as an Enterprise Asset in Healthcare” webinar series is recommended for healthcare leaders, from executives to business analysts, data scientists, data architects, business development managers, and more.

Featured Speakers

  • Amanda Mazza

    Amanda Mazza

    Sr. Director of Analytics and Business Intelligence
    St. Luke's University Health Network

  • Bill Kotraba

    Bill Kotraba

    Vice President, Healthcare Solutions and Strategy
    ibi

  • Colin Hung

    Colin Hung

    CMO and Editor
    Healthcare Scene

  • Dan Foltz

    Dan Foltz

    Program Director, Enterprise Data Warehousing and Analytics Implementation
    St. Luke's University Health Network