Data governance in healthcare: Vetting the value of registry participation

To implement an effective, enterprise approach to clinical data management, clinical data governance in healthcare must be prioritized. Engaging with registries and assessing which measures have a significant impact on performance can be a complex task. To evaluate registry participation and measure success, health systems must consider three key factors: people, investment, and data infrastructure. 

Having strong leadership, skilled staff, and executive sponsorship is vital for achieving desired outcomes in registry participation. Investment encompasses participation fees, technology, training, and the resources required for effective involvement with registries. Finally, data infrastructure should facilitate seamless data exchange between the registry and the organization’s systems. 

Registry participation offers benefits beyond clinical insights. From improved public rankings to marketing opportunities and increased patient market share, there are various opportunities for organizations to maximize the value of participating in registries. 

This white paper is for:

  • Healthcare administrators and leaders who want to understand the importance of optimizing clinical data governance in healthcare.
  • IT and data management professionals looking for insights into the data infrastructure needed for seamless information flow between the registry and their facility.
  • Hospital and health system marketing and public relations professionals who want to learn more about the additional benefits of registry participation.
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