dnp715 | Graduate

Information Systems And Health Care Delivery Technology

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In this course, students examine the function and purpose of healthcare informatics and delivery technology in promoting advanced evidence-based practice in nursing. In addition, students explore the components of modern data systems, including advanced clinical information systems, decision modeling programs, and financial systems, to inform the selection, application, and evaluation of healthcare information systems and practice technologies.

This graduate-level course is 8 weeks To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.

Course details:

Credits: 3
Continuing education units: XX
Professional development units: XX
Duration: 8 weeks

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    Healthcare Data and Information Systems

    • Competency A: Substantiate the critical elements necessary for the selection, application, and evaluation of healthcare information systems and patient care technology.
    • Competency B: Discriminate the critical components of healthcare information systems needed to evaluate, select, and design programs for monitoring outcomes of care, care systems, and quality improvement.
    • Competency C: Evaluate plans for extracting data from various practice information systems and databases to generate best practices for leveraging results.
    • Competency D: Assess the influence and challenges of e-health and telemedicine trends on the health of individuals and populations.
    • Competency E: Synthesize healthcare analytics to monitor implementation, adoption, and outcomes of healthcare information systems.
    • Competency F: Explain the impact of ethical, legal, and regulatory issues on information technology usage in healthcare environments.

    HIPAA, PHI, and System Security

    • Competency A: Substantiate the critical elements necessary for the selection, application, and evaluation of healthcare information systems and patient care technology.
    • Competency B: Discriminate the critical components of healthcare information systems needed to evaluate, select, and design programs for monitoring outcomes of care, care systems, and quality improvement.
    • Competency C: Evaluate plans for extracting data from various practice information systems and databases to generate best practices for leveraging results.
    • Competency D: Assess the influence and challenges of e-health and telemedicine trends on the health of individuals and populations.
    • Competency E: Synthesize healthcare analytics to monitor implementation, adoption, and outcomes of healthcare information systems.
    • Competency F: Explain the impact of ethical, legal, and regulatory issues on information technology usage in healthcare environments.

    Data Mining, Data Repositories, Data Warehouses, and Big Data

    • Competency A: Substantiate the critical elements necessary for the selection, application, and evaluation of healthcare information systems and patient care technology.
    • Competency B: Discriminate the critical components of healthcare information systems needed to evaluate, select, and design programs for monitoring outcomes of care, care systems, and quality improvement.
    • Competency C: Evaluate plans for extracting data from various practice information systems and databases to generate best practices for leveraging results.
    • Competency D: Assess the influence and challenges of e-health and telemedicine trends on the health of individuals and populations.
    • Competency E: Synthesize healthcare analytics to monitor implementation, adoption, and outcomes of healthcare information systems.
    • Competency F: Explain the impact of ethical, legal, and regulatory issues on information technology usage in healthcare environments.

    Government, Legislative, Regulatory, and Ethical Issues

    • Competency A: Substantiate the critical elements necessary for the selection, application, and evaluation of healthcare information systems and patient care technology.
    • Competency B: Discriminate the critical components of healthcare information systems needed to evaluate, select, and design programs for monitoring outcomes of care, care systems, and quality improvement.
    • Competency C: Evaluate plans for extracting data from various practice information systems and databases to generate best practices for leveraging results.
    • Competency D: Assess the influence and challenges of e-health and telemedicine trends on the health of individuals and populations.
    • Competency E: Synthesize healthcare analytics to monitor implementation, adoption, and outcomes of healthcare information systems.
    • Competency F: Explain the impact of ethical, legal, and regulatory issues on information technology usage in healthcare environments.

    Electronic Healthcare Record (EHR) and the Electronic Medical Record (EMR)

    • Competency A: Substantiate the critical elements necessary for the selection, application, and evaluation of healthcare information systems and patient care technology.
    • Competency B: Discriminate the critical components of healthcare information systems needed to evaluate, select, and design programs for monitoring outcomes of care, care systems, and quality improvement.
    • Competency C: Evaluate plans for extracting data from various practice information systems and databases to generate best practices for leveraging results.
    • Competency D: Assess the influence and challenges of e-health and telemedicine trends on the health of individuals and populations.
    • Competency E: Synthesize healthcare analytics to monitor implementation, adoption, and outcomes of healthcare information systems.
    • Competency F: Explain the impact of ethical, legal, and regulatory issues on information technology usage in healthcare environments.

    Virtualization, Telemedicine, and Smart Devices

    • Competency A: Substantiate the critical elements necessary for the selection, application, and evaluation of healthcare information systems and patient care technology.
    • Competency B: Discriminate the critical components of healthcare information systems needed to evaluate, select, and design programs for monitoring outcomes of care, care systems, and quality improvement.
    • Competency C: Evaluate plans for extracting data from various practice information systems and databases to generate best practices for leveraging results.
    • Competency D: Assess the influence and challenges of e-health and telemedicine trends on the health of individuals and populations.
    • Competency E: Synthesize healthcare analytics to monitor implementation, adoption, and outcomes of healthcare information systems.
    • Competency F: Explain the impact of ethical, legal, and regulatory issues on information technology usage in healthcare environments.

    The Role of Healthcare Leadership in the Evaluation, Selection, and Implementation of Information Systems

    • Competency A: Substantiate the critical elements necessary for the selection, application, and evaluation of healthcare information systems and patient care technology.
    • Competency B: Discriminate the critical components of healthcare information systems needed to evaluate, select, and design programs for monitoring outcomes of care, care systems, and quality improvement.
    • Competency C: Evaluate plans for extracting data from various practice information systems and databases to generate best practices for leveraging results.
    • Competency D: Assess the influence and challenges of e-health and telemedicine trends on the health of individuals and populations.
    • Competency E: Synthesize healthcare analytics to monitor implementation, adoption, and outcomes of healthcare information systems.
    • Competency F: Explain the impact of ethical, legal, and regulatory issues on information technology usage in healthcare environments.
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