Information Governance Must Protect PHI Outside the EHR

Author Scott Friedman, Executive Vice President at Sherpa Software Recently published in Health IT Analytics, author Scott Friedman discussed the trend of healthcare organizations storing all protected health information (PHI) in HIPAA compliant electronic health records (EHRs) systems. Additionally, he … Read More

[Off-the-Topic] Top 4 Free Cloud Storage Options in 2015

Since more people are using mobile devices for writing and sharing content and files, cloud storage is becoming ever more popular – specifically, cloud storage programs that utilize mobile apps as part of the program’s offerings. Why lock away your … Read More

Applying machine learning to information governance

At LegalTech 2015 in New York City last month, I took part in a panel discussion regarding the future of machine learning in information governance. It was encouraging to see the high degree of interest that many attendees had in … Read More

Policies for your organization's IG strategy. Where do I start?

Policies, specifically retention policies sound so simple, don’t they? The truth is, they are anything but simple. Once you start looking at the data you have, where it is stored, and who owns it, you suddenly realize how difficult it … Read More

It’s not information governance, It’s information opportunity

Interpreting AIIM’s Executive Leadership Council Thought Paper on Information Governance In June of last year, AIIM and its Executive Leadership Council posed a series of information governance (IG) trends to 52 senior information management executives via the Information Governance Trendscape.  … Read More

Teamwork is Key for Information Governance and In-House eDiscovery

Teamwork is one of the critical building blocks for handling eDiscovery requests for in-house talent.  Without teamwork, time, expense, stress and risk can find their way into the collection processes.  Additionally, having full cooperation among team members is essential in … Read More