These are fairly good goals for the initial implementation. I don't agree with #4 as the goal should not be to create useable information. Just creating useable information is waste (overproduction) if it is not acted on. The goal is to provide insight to opportunities and gaps in performance (similar to #5) that is actually acted on.
I would also include:
- Reducing the TCO for the entire BI stack,
- Reducing current process waste in non-clinical areas (Finance, Billing, Coding, Quality, etc.)
- Creating a durable data architecture that can withstand the clinical and business changes over time.