hci500 | Graduate
Concepts Of Health Care Informatics
This graduate-level course is 6 weeks This course is available as part of a degree or certificate program. To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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History and Development of Health Informatics
- Identify the components of a health information system.
- Identify the historical foundations of informatics.
- Compare roles and responsibilities in a health information technology department.
Health Information Management
- Explain the importance of databases in informatics.
- Explain the relationship between health databases and health quality reporting.
- Determine the effects of information on decision making.
- Compare administrative and clinical health information systems.
- Explain the four phases of health information technology systems.
- Describe the need for and the composition of a steering committee.
- Explain the importance of a needs assessment.
Health Information Technology System Selection
- Explain the purpose of a request for information and a request for proposal.
- Apply the health information technology system selection process.
- Apply the health information technology vendor selection process.
Trends and Issues in Health Informatics
- Identify threats and safeguards for electronic information.
- Determine the effects of federal mandates and regulations on health systems.
Moving Forward With Health Information Technology
- Describe the increasing role of technology in the health care environment.
- Assess professional informatics organizations.
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