HealthTech Magazines February 23, 2022

By Ylan Kazi, CDO, Children’s Mercy Kansas City

Most organizations are attempting to evolve into a data-driven culture. The manner and process in which they do that is variable and leads to poor results. There is a focus on the data, technology and skillsets in the organization that will help this journey. But these areas aren’t complete.

From a culture standpoint, there are lists of common areas to focus on, that help aid in this journey. Achieving executive leadership support, focusing on delivering value, and many others are essential to a data-driven culture. Without these core focus areas, the journey doesn’t progress.

There are three key areas that are either glossed over or not mentioned around evolving into a data-driven culture....

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