hinf510 | Graduate

The Systems Life Cycle

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This course will focus on the systems life cycle in the context of selection, implementation, and integration of information systems across the health sector. Topics include performing interoperability assessments, determining key elements of data system designs, planning for end-user training and support, and securing buy-in from stakeholders.

This graduate-level course is 6 weeks To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.

Course details:

Credits: 3
Continuing education units: XX
Professional development units: XX
Duration: 6 weeks

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    System Design and Testing

    • Describe the key elements of data system designs.
    • Describe the elements of a test plan.

    System Integration

    • Create a recovery plan.
    • Describe implementation strategies.

    Implementation and System Roll Out

    • Create a communication plan.
    • Design a plan for end-user training and support.

    Data Systems

    • Describe the purpose of data systems in a health care environment.
    • Describe the systems development life cycle.

    Needs Assessment

    • Create a needs assessment.

    Planning and Analysis

    • Analyze outside factors affecting the integration and implementation of a health care system.
    • Create a planning roadmap from the needs assessment document.
    • Create a system interoperability assessment showing how and where the new system will exchange data with other systems in the organization.
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