hsn560 | Graduate

Organizational Systems And Informatics

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This course focuses on the integration of informatics in health care organizations. Topics include organizational effectiveness, systems management, and ethical considerations in data management. This course requires 20 hours of clinical practicum.

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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    Health Information Management

    • Analyze healthcare information systems standards.
    • Critique healthcare information systems security.
    • Summarize the process of translating data to make appropriate decision making.
    • Clinical: Describe the impact an electronic health records system has on organizational staff and patient health care.

    Systems Lifecycle

    • Examine the components of an information system.
    • Outline the systems lifecycle.
    • Examine the strategy for system selection.
    • Explain the training needs of the organization during system implementation.
    • Clinical: Identify the necessary phases to incorporate a new informatics system into your organization.

    Practical Applications

    • Differentiate among e-health system technologies and appropriate use.
    • Analyze the application of technology in the effort to enhance population health.
    • Explore the role telehealth plays in health care delivery.
    • Clinical: Critique currently utilized informatics solutions.

    Research Applications

    • Examine the role of technology to augment data collection for health research.
    • Support the use of data mining to enhance research efforts.
    • Explore the utilization of research results to make inferences.
    • Clinical: Identify the benefits of a telehealth program for an organization.

    Healthcare Environment and Informatics

    • Analyze various healthcare structure and models.
    • Explain the role of the informatics nurse within healthcare organizations.
    • Apply basic informatics concepts and terminology.
    • Clinical: Identify categories of health information technologies.

    Informatics Law, Policy, and Ethics

    • Analyze legal and ethical issues in healthcare informatics.
    • Analyze the effect of public law, policy, and regulations on the implementation and maintenance of organizational systems.
    • Clinical: Critique organizational informatics policies and procedures.
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