In Data Quality Pro Journal, Dylan Jones interviews Ellis Pratt, Director at Cherryleaf, about how to improve Healthcare data quality through policy and procedure management. According to Dylan,
“One of the single most common root-causes of poor information quality is outdated documentation and a lack of governance in the way policies and procedures are managed. Nowhere is this more critical than in the healthcare sector.”
Ellis shares a range of practical techniques and methods to help improve policy and procedure documentation within the healthcare sector.
Below is an interview between Ellis Pratt of Cherryleaf and Diana Logan, Documentation Manager at Sage Technologies. In the interview, we discuss Sage Technologies’ new platform for assisting users, the “Sage Ecosystem”, and how user documentation is developed by Diana’s team.
Below are highlights from a video interview we carried out with Stephen Harvard Davis of Assimilating Talent on the subject of managing people in documentation projects. We discussed managing international teams, amongst other things.
This interview will form part of Cherryleaf’s Learning Zone for technical writers. The Learning Zone has been our “skunkworks” project for 2010, which we’ve been mentioning for a while now. All the initial content has been uploaded and reviewed, and we have additional content ready to be added. We’ve a few things to sort out before we can go live: User feedback/pre-release review (we’re looking for volunteers) and some shopping cart and folder security protection tasks.
Below is an interview between Ellis Pratt of Cherryleaf and Ed Dawson of Atlassian about technical documentation and working in an Agile environment. This is a 20 minute edited version of the 45 minute interview. The full interview will form part of Cherryleaf’s Learning Zone.
This is an edited version of a transatlantic interview we carried out with Sarah O’Keefe, CEO of our US partner Scriptorium Inc., on DITA. We discussed a range of topics relating to DITA, but these clips focus on the business case for DITA – why and when it makes sense to move to this standard for producing documentation.
If you need assistance in assessing the value of DITA to your business or in implementing DITA, then Cherryleaf (in Europe) and Scriptorium (in the USA) can help you.