How to Take an Incremental Approach to Data Governance
June 27th, 2017 1:00PM EDT
Healthcare organizations adopting or optimizing new health IT tools often face significant data governance challenges. When Baltimore-based GBMC Healthcare System started down the path of building an Enterprise Data Warehouse (EDW), it quickly faced the same issues confronting most organizations: a lack of standardized metric definitions and the corresponding low confidence and trust in its data.
In this webcast, Juan Negrin, Manager of Business Intelligence and Data Governance, will explain GBMC Healthcare System’s step-by-step approach to tackling its data governance issues as it rolled out one of its EDW components and later converted to a new, integrated Epic Systems EHR.
We will explore:
Specific, manageable approaches to applying data governance methodologies to health IT development initiatives
Strategies for developing success-driven project plans with attainable benchmarks and goals
Identifying and engaging key stakeholders to implement sustainable data governance best practices
The critical role of strong and coordinated leadership throughout the organization
Using a LEAN continuous improvement process to maintain a model of data governance throughout the organization
Project Management Professional and Epic-certified Information Technology Executive
Juan Negrin is a Project Management Professional and Epic-certified Information Technology executive. For the last five years, he has managed Business Intelligence, Data Governance, Reporting and Analytics at GBMC HealthCare. In that role, Juan recently led the reporting implementation of the Epic EHR system and the development of an Enterprise Data Warehouse, which was honored with a Platinum Award in Health IT. Prior to GBMC, he directed the development of web-based solutions as a contractor with the Department of Health and Human Services, following a long career at Provident Bank of Maryland. He holds a Master of Arts in Applied History from Carnegie-Mellon University, a Bachelor of Arts in History from Cornell University and a post-baccalaureate certificate in Fine Arts from the Maryland Institute College of Art. Juan is fluent in English, Spanish and French and is passionate about health and education; he and his wife participated in the foundation of a Charter School, the Green School of Baltimore and Juan currently serves as Treasurer on the Board of Directors of Chase Brexton Health Care.
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