hinf520 | Graduate
Data Management And Design In Health Administration
This graduate-level course is 6 weeks To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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What Constitutes Data?
- Describe the types of data collected by a practice, hospital, payer, and government.
- Explain the purpose of data collected by a practice, hospital, payer, and government.
Clinical and Administrative Systems
- Differentiate between clinical and administrative systems for a practice, hospital, payer, and government.
- Differentiate between data used for information and data used for knowledge.
- Analyze the challenges of an EHR and CPOE.
- Explain how individual and aggregated patient data is exchanged across systems within the organization and to payers and governmental reporting bodies.
- Compare uses for patient data and aggregate patient data.
Data for Quality Purposes
- Describe processes used to collect quality outcome data.
- Describe how data collections were previously collected and changes due to Meaningful Use mandates.
- Analyze the benefits of sharing data across the care continuum from primary care to post-acute care settings.
- Describe how taxonomies are used to share data.
Data Utilization in a Health Care Setting
- Explain how data can suggest areas for process improvement and patient outcomes.
- Provide examples of data and data sources.
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