• An Epic Journey: Improving EHRs with Trusted Data at BJC Healthcare

    BJC Healthcare is one of the largest nonprofit health care integrated delivery organizations in the country. In 2016, BJC embarked on a journey to replace multiple instances and multiple types of Electronic Medical Records (EMR) systems with a new single EMR with Epic.Nathan Rain, Group Manager of Data Governance & Master Data Management at BJC Healthcare, led a team that defined the path to create a trusted golden record across its 15 hospitals, five service organizations, and hundreds of outreach services for residents. Along this journey, Nathan learned a number of valuable lessons including how to:•Set the objective and explain the need to ensure executive buy-in•Create a single trusted view of Provider data from multiple sources•Avoid pitfalls and define optimization criteria in Epic that drives adoption•Automate processes and achieve high levels of efficiency with existing resourcesJoin Nathan and Informatica in this webinar to learn more about the value and power of master ...

  • Data Governance Enablement at Hartford HealthCare – Powered by Axon and EDC

    During this webinar, we’ll showcase how EDC and Axon were critical to success and the best practices that have helped Hartford HealthCare operationalize their data governance program. During the webinar, you’ll learn:•Best practices for architecting and configuring EDC and Axon for optimal results•Access management techniques, such as industry standard roles•How to use Axon and EDC for data lineage and so much more

  • Delivering Health Insights from Digital Devices, Securely

    Wearables, connected medical devices and healthcare applications have a large potential to enhance patient experience – both during a trial, and part of a therapeutic programme. Leading pharmaceutical companies have already embraced ‘beyond the pill’ service initiatives as part of a transformation from a product centric sales approach to be an active part of a patient centric ecosystem.Further investment in these service-oriented offerings must both show a clear ROI and gain acceptance by patients and healthcare practitioners alike. To deliver ROI, patients and healthcare practitioners must see clear benefits in terms of health outcomes to maximise engagement with these new digital offerings. The data captured must also be used responsibly, but also deliver insights to pharmaceutical companies to improve products, product delivery mechanisms and treatment compliance – all contributing to improving health outcomes.Join Informatica and Microsoft to understand how to overcome the data ...

  • Five Keys to Fixing Healthcare Provider Data Quality Once and for All

    Health plans have made big investments and great progress in improving operations, enhancing the member experience and becoming more data-driven. However, inaccurate and unreliable provider data continues to be a source of inefficiency, unnecessary rework, and a barrier to innovation.

  • Boost Scientific Efficiency through AI assisted data search and prep

    Pharmaceutical companies continue to invest in several different strategies to increase R&D returns and scientific efficiency. Strategies range from increasing access to research through partnerships or acquisitions, improved execution during clinical trials and patient outreach, and incorporating real world evidence. Despite varied approaches, all strategies have a common thread: access to more data which is generated, stored and analysed in a variety of new and different methods.However, improvements in scientific efficiency will not be boosted by securing access to a larger set of data alone. Scientists and researchers must be provided with the capability to navigate through increasing amounts of available data to find, understand and prepare relevant data to boost discovery and understanding.Find out how Informatica is leveraging artificial intelligence to help research professionals increase their efficiency by:•Reducing time required to search for and prepare data for ...

  • New Paradigms in Healthcare: Cloud Ready with MSFT Azure and Informatica

    Healthcare is a highly regulated industry. Before migrating data to the cloud, you must have the right measures and framework in place—including HIPAA and HITRUST—to protect healthcare information and other sensitive data. Replacing an established on-premises enterprise data warehouse (EDW) is not as simple as moving data from an on-premises database to a database in the cloud; healthcare IT organizations require an incremental, well-governed, secure strategy based on a specific provider’s needs to rapidly deliver business results while ensuring minimal disruption to existing applications and analytic workloads.