Nurses and their Role in Information Governance
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  Krista Casey   Krista Joy Casey
Business Advisor
McKesson/Relay Health Intelligence


Wednesday, April 20, 2016
07:30 AM - 08:15 AM

Level:  Business/Strategic

The nursing process contains steps that affect Quality Indicators. Key to populating these indicators is a strong transparent analytic structure. Current state of nursing is a lack of knowledge around this desired analytics structure. Nurses are knowledgeable about doing the right thing for a patient but are unaware of how analytics play a role in portraying this care. Vendor agnostic presentation, focus on process not product.


    1. Outline how nursing process feeds into Quality Indicators.
    2. State the impact Analytic Governance has on Quality Indicator.
    3. Understand the role of data stewardship has on reporting, key performance indicators and clinical outcome definitions.

Krista Casey joined McKesson after a 35-year career at a large multi-facility tertiary hospital. She started her career in a clinical patient care role, and worked through the for-profit sector in payor contracting, physician incentive planning and business development, including limited and general partnership business planning. Krista moved back into the acute hospital setting working in quality improvement, regulatory metric reporting, and capacity and throughput. Krista worked to develop physician reporting to increase alignment, accountability and evidence-based practice. Krista has a Masters in Business Administration with a focus on Healthcare Administration. She has experience and interest in analytics/data governance development, performance improvement, evidence-based practice, and physician alignment and reporting.

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