Great information governance, combined with the use of data analytics, makes health care providers more efficient—and improves patient outcomes. The idea is to have better coordination between data sources.
Healthcare organizations need to better protect information about patients, member and subscribers. Good information governance helps improve patient health, reduce the severity of breaches and the cost of litigation. They also help the bottom-line.
Office 365 is poised to capitalize on big ECM’s lack of success over the past 18 years. That’s because Microsoft is going from basic document management to a system with content governance and workflow capabilities.
When you have an information lifecycle governance initiative, it’s important that you prioritize when and how you deal with sensitive data. Ultimately, the priority is a business decision. Do you manage proprietary information first, and then identify junk, low value, and abandoned data—or the other way around?