In Financial Services companies, It is a long game explaining to the business about the benefits of good data quality. Historically any data quality initiatives were being downgraded by CFOs / CEOs while regulatory initiatives were prioritised. Data professionals were longing to create a structured framework for data governance and data quality. After a long period, Data professionals are delighted that the banking industry is coming to terms with data governance and data quality initiatives largely driven by regulatory pressures such as BCBS 239.
Certain regulators are taking the data quality regime to the next level by defining data quality in a more holistic way. For example European Central Bank (ECB) has included “Plausibility” as a measure of data quality. ECB has broken Plausibility in to two; “Stability” and “Outlier analysis”.
As health systems continue to extend their services beyond inpatient and outpatient care, incorporating a robust integrated platform has become mission critical for CIOs. This article will highlight the three key ingredients for integrated platforms from an operator’s perspective:
1.) The ability to scale while maintaining interoperability with legacy systems,
2.) Drive patient engagement,
3.) Add innovation.
Before we dive into the three ingredients, it is important to first define what an integrated platform is. An integrated platform is comprehensive of a practice management system, a billing system that keeps pace with the changes in healthcare reimbursement, and a robust electronic health records system that promotes interoperability across the care continuum.
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When people and companies grow wildly successful, we often forget that they have the same number of hours in the day as everyone else. Yet, we often find ourselves speculating, how do they do what they do…and how do they do it so well?
For Amazon, the answer might not be so clear-cut to the everyday user. Yes, Amazon’s CEO Jeff Bezos is a visionary and fearless leader. However, his company–as big as it has grown–seems to change, bend and release new products and services faster than everyone else. How is it possible?
I believe Amazon’s transformation from an online bookstore to one of the world’s most successful internet companies started in 2002. More specifically, when Jeff Bezos issued the infamous Bezos Mandate to his internal development teams regarding how software was to be built at Amazon:
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