hci520 | Graduate
Data Management And Design
This graduate-level course is 6 This course is available as part of a degree or certificate program. To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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- Differentiate among database design models and database management systems.
- Identify issues associated with distributed database design.
Advanced Design Concepts
- Describe a database design using life cycle concepts.
- Explain how database design strategies can support health care delivery.
- Describe how to test and validate database queries.
- Distinguish between operational and informatics use of health care databases.
Database Connectivity Technologies
- Explain the purpose of health information exchanges.
- Identify risks and benefits of connectivity standards.
- Explain the relationship between health information exchanges and database performance.
- Explain the relationship between data and information.
- Describe the acquisition and integration of database systems.
- Explain the relationship between the systems life cycle and database systems.
Implications for Organizations
- Explain ethical and legal responsibilities in database management.
- Explain the importance of databases in compliance reporting.
Advanced Database Concepts
- Differentiate among data models.
- Create an entity relationship diagram.
- Compare data stores, data warehouses, and data marts.
- Identify the benefits and hazards of data mining.
- Explain how data stewardship and business intelligence apply to health care.
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