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Sample Job Description: Chief Data Officer

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Source: AHIMA sample job description

Publication Date: 2015

Chief Data Officer (CDO)


A CDO provides vision and strategy for all data management activities. He or she is a champion for global data management, governance, quality, and vendor relationships across the enterprise. The CDO oversees the enterprise information management (EIM) program,....

Sample Job Description: Data Architect

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Source: AHIMA sample job description

Publication Date: 2015

Data Architect


Job Overview


Enterprise architecture serves a critical role in the understanding, documentation, maintenance, control, and planning. The data architect's role is to serve as a subject matter expert and perform tasks that contribute to the organization's mis....

Sample Job Description: Information Analyst

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Source: AHIMA sample job description

Publication Date: 2015

Information Analyst





Job Description


Put your reporting and analysis skill set to work by cooperating with data services staff, key business stakeholders, and IT staff to support enterprise data management and service efforts.


As the informati....

Sample Job Description: Master Data Analyst

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Publication Date: 2015

Master Data Analyst





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This position will support operations by monitoring and analyzing master data, key data, and master relationship data within the organization.


Ensures master data integrity in key systems as well as maintaini....

Evaluating the Information Governance Principles for Healthcare: Compliance and Availability

Author: Datskovsky, Galina; Hedges, Ron; Empel, Sofia; Washington, Lydia

Source: Journal of AHIMA

Publication Date: June 2015



Editor’s Note: This is the third in a series of four articles that discuss the eight Information Governance Principles for Healthcare.


AHIMA’s new Information Governance Principles for Healthcare (IGPHC) provide a framework for healthcare organizations to leverage informati....

Achieving Health Information Systems Interoperability

Author: Orlova, Anna

Source: Journal of AHIMA

Publication Date: June 2015



With the growing adoption of health information technology (HIT), interoperability—or the sharing of data between systems—has become a topic that everybody in healthcare is talking about. Interoperability impacts every stakeholder in healthcare with each individual party involv....

Standardization of Standards

Author: Orlova, Anna

Source: Journal of AHIMA

Publication Date: May 2015



In 1898 Yale University graduate Charles Dudley, PhD, looked for a solution to the seemingly intractable problem of building a consensus on standards for industrial materials used on the Pennsylvania Railroad. To sooth the antagonistic attitudes that marred relationships between the Penns....

Evaluating the Information Governance Principles for Healthcare: Integrity and Protection

Author: Datskovsky, Galina; Hedges, Ron; Empel, Sofia; Washington, Lydia

Source: Journal of AHIMA

Publication Date: April 2015



Editor’s note: This is the second in a series of four articles that discuss the eight Information Governance Principles for Healthcare.


AHIMA’s new Information Governance Principles for Healthcare (IGPHC) provides a framework for healthcare organizations to enhance their ab....

AHIMA Releases Information Governance Graphic

Author: Butler, Mary

Source: Journal of AHIMA - website

Publication Date: March 2015




For the uninitiated, information governance can be a somewhat abstract concept to explain and visualize. To help health information management (HIM) professionals grasp the importance of information governance—a set of principles designated to better organize and protect healthcare da....

Overview of Health IT Standards

Author: Orlova, Anna

Source: Journal of AHIMA

Publication Date: March 2015



Health IT Standardization is the process of agreeing on standards that allow electronic exchange of data, information, and knowledge between disparate data systems. The goals of standardization are to achieve comparability, compatibility, and interoperability between independent systems; t....

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