St. Luke's University Health Network has implemented a multifaceted data governance program that mobilizes the organization to improve its data. In just six months, St. Luke's established master patient and provider records that are now routinely reconciled across multiple data sources.
This presentation with Jeremy Kahle, manager of Analytics and Business Intelligence at St. Lukes, will cover organizational, process, and technology considerations when establishing a data governance program, and provide best practices for master data management, provider attribution, and overall data quality improvement.
St. Luke’s is a HIMSS Stage 7, CMS Four-Star Rated, Six-Time Truven Top 100 Award winning organization.
Guest speaker Jeremy Kahle has a diverse work history that includes being a paramedic and a police officer. He has worked for St. Luke’s University Health Network for the past 19 years, accompanying the organization's expansion from three hospitals in Pennsylvania to a seven-hospital network in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. Jeremy’s primary focus is market intelligence and business development, and he currently serves as the manager of Analytics and Business Intelligence.
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