Most Healthcare Digital Transformations Fail — Start Small With Data Governance

Most Healthcare Digital Transformations Fail — Start Small With Data Governance

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How can organizations prepare for the digital transformation already underway in the healthcare space? It starts with identifying the strategic business objectives to be achieved through digital change, then prioritizing the reliability, accuracy, and accessibility of health data at its origination.

In order to capitalize on innovative digital strategies, leaders must first optimize operational processes and uphold strong data governance structures across the enterprise.

Developing a digital strategy to drive maximum ROI while minimizing disruption to existing workflows poses a challenge for organizations.

Once business goals are recognized at the highest level, it is crucial to start small by focusing on operational excellence to validate different applications and use cases. This will steer digital projects away from lofty pursuits and toward data-driven investments that will demonstrate immediate stakeholder value and long-term sustainability.

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