groupDeborah Green

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The need for reliable information in healthcare has no geographic boundaries. Around the globe there are healthcare delivery transformation initiatives geared toward improving the safety and quality of care and the health of populations, while at the same time reducing cost. These initiatives cannot be achieved without trusted information. The growth of data, rapid adoption of information technologies, and proliferation of devices and applications are contributing to concerns regarding data and information integrity. These concerns are leading to the recognition that governance practices are essential to achieving a state of trust in healthcare information.


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