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Jan 9 DGPO Webinar: Building Data Inventories to Jump Start your Data Governance Journey

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DATE: January 9, 2019

TIME: 2 PM Eastern / 11 AM Pacific

PRICE: Free to all attendees

This Webinar Series is Developed by:


About the Webinar

Managing data assets is a key strategy for an effective data governance program. “Data assets” refer to any entities that comprise data – such as databases, applications, data marts, extracts, reports/dashboards, metrics, and glossaries. Inventorying those data assets helps position your data governance efforts for success by providing tools for your employees to better understand (and interact with) the data assets that fall within the purview of your data governance program.

This webinar will provide guidelines for identifying your data assets and documenting them using tools you may already own to start your inventorying journey. If you don’t yet have a data governance program and are pondering how to launch it, building data asset inventories is a great way to start!

This session will cover:

– Defining your data assets

– Identifying which fields to document for each data asset

– Categorizing data assets for ownership & stewardship

– Evaluating tools, you already own to do all of this

About the Speaker

Jimm Johnson

Data Governance Program Lead, Scripps Health

Jimm has over 20 years of IT experience in database administration, EDW/BI, tech support and IT administration across multiple industries (pharmaceutical, banking, restaurants, healthcare) and currently serves as the Data Governance Program Manager for Scripps Health, one of the largest integrated healthcare systems in San Diego, CA.  After launching their data governance program in tandem with the implementation of a new electronic health record & revenue cycle platform, Jimm now focuses his efforts on expanding awareness & collaboration in this program across the enterprise.


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