The need for a strong data governance structure has been talked to death in healthcare, but even for all the ink the topic has received, most healthcare organizations lack a sound plan, which could come back to haunt them as they embark on analytics and other complex data initiatives.

Without a firm foundation for assuring the overall management of the availability, usability, integrity and security of data in healthcare organizations, quality issues could limit the effectiveness of initiatives that rely on the trustworthiness of the underlying data.

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