Data Quality, Governance and Security Must Precede Analytics, Part 1
Stephanie Crabb, Co-Founder and Principal of Immersive
Dan Rounds, Co-Founder and President of Immersive
Stephanie and Dan joined us to discuss why are bullish on the notion thatData Quality, Governance and Security Must Precede Analytics, Part 1 . We were having such a great conversation and Stephanie and Dan were providing such great advice that we decided to do 2 interviews. In Part 1, we discuss the following with Dan and Stephanie:
- (3:16) What have been your greatest lessons learned from working with clients in 2016 and how is it influencing the solutions and services you offer?
- (8:44) We’ve seen a lot more references to “data-centric” security. How is this different from what healthcare has been doing to date?
- (14:41) Immersive has been bullish on the notion that data quality is critical to effective analytics and achieving desired outcomes. Yet, there seems to be a debate in the industry as to how important it really is to “getting started” on population health and reform initiatives. How do you approach this with your clients
- (17:07) In our last discussion you talked a lot of data governance. What’s changed since then?
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