AHIMA defines Information Governance (IG) as “an organization-wide framework for managing information throughout its lifecycle and for supporting the organization’s strategy, operations, regulatory, legal, risk and environmental requirements.”
To read more about IG, see the following:
- ARMA Generally Accepted Recordkeeping Principles ® http://www.arma.org/docs/sharepoint-roadshow/the-principles_executive-summaries_final.doc
- Gartner IT Glossary: http://www.gartner.com/it-glossary/information-governance (Accessed May 2017).
- http://www.hhnmag.com/articles/6956-information-governance-for-hospitals (Accessed March 2017).
- “Information Governance for Analytics Support: Remember the Life Cycle Component.” JAHIMA. June 2017.
- Johns, ML. Enterprise Health Information Management and Data Governance. 2015. ISBN: 978-1-58426-155-1.
- Johns ML. Chapter 3, “Data Governance and Stewardship” in Oachs and Watters, Health Information Management: Concepts, Principles, and Practice, 5th edition. AHIMA 2016. ISBN: 978-1-58426-514-6.
- Kloss L. Implementing Information Governance: Lessons from the Field. 2014. ISBN-13: 978-1118218303 and ISBN-10: 1118218302
- Kloss L. Iron Mountain, “Redefining the Roles of Health Information Management in the New World of Information Governance” 2014. (Accessed May 2017)
- Nunn S. “Invisible Information Governance.” For the Record. Vol.27 No.5 P.12. (Accessed May 2017)
- Smallwood RF. Information Governance: Concepts, Strategies, and Best Practices (Wiley CIO)
- Smallwood RF. Introduction to Information Governance. Bacchus Business Books, 2016.
- Smallwood RF. “Defining the Differences Between Information Governance, IT Governance & Data Governance.” http://community.aiim.org/blogs/robert-smallwood/2014/08/18/defining-the-differences-between-information-governance-it-governance–data-governance (Accessed March 2017).