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Manage data as a strategic asset

Reliable and secure data is a cornerstone for
better decision making

As healthcare organizations begin to apply analytics to care delivery, data has become one of a hospital's most valuable assets - and one of the most challenging to manage. Providers struggle with setting a strategic direction and collecting the right data from fragmented data sources with low interoperability. Analyzing poor-quality data, may result in conclusions that are ineffective or incorrect.

4 steps to create smart data management

Set data strategy

1. Set data strategy


  • Identify clinical and operational use cases
  • Set up data governance department

Digitalizing Healhcare Capture Data

2. Capture data


  • Digitize processes
  • Securely and automatically capture high-quality data

Validate data

3. Validate data


  • Enable automated data "clean-up"
  • Preserve trustworthy data only

Connect data

4. Connect data


  • Use secure and easily accessible data platforms
  • Store data in data lakes and use case-specific data warehouses for Digital Twinning

Reliable and secure data can be used for better clinical and operational decisions, – leveraging digital simulation (digital twins).

Read our thought leadership papers

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Turning data into value: Why data integration is essential for delivering high-value care. A thought leadership paper with Dr. Hee Hwang from Seoul National University Bundang Hospital on his strategic approach to data integration.

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Scaling  up and sustaining the digital transformation of U.S. hospitals brought about by COVID-19
Scaling up and sustaining the digital transformation of U.S. hospitals brought about by Covid-19. Find the case study 1 of 4 on „Digitalizing healthcare“ trends.

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Where do you stand when it comes to data capabilities? Read “How are innovators driving digital transformation in healthcare” and assess the digital maturity of your organization.

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