hcs493 | undergraduate
Data Analytics For Health Care Managers
This undergraduate-level course is 5 weeks To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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Understanding the Basics of Statistics and Data Analysis
- Explain the basic math concepts used in statistics.
- Explain the role of statistics and data analytics in health care.
- Explain data sets and data bases commonly used in health care.
Data Presentation and Applications
- Identify data presentation types used in the presentation of health care data.
- Explain the best graphic display for different types of health data.
- Explain statistics used in the different types of inpatient and outpatient settings.
Clinical and Public Health Data
- Explain common data analytic terms used in clinical settings and public health.
- Explain sources of clinical and public health data.
- Analyze data in both clinical and public health settings.
Departmental and Financial Data
- Explain key terms related to productivity and reimbursement.
- Explain how to calculate case mix index and the impact on the organization.
- Explain the difference between capital and operational budgets.
Advanced Techniques in Data Analysis
- Explain data quality and its importance to a health care organization.
- Explain sampling and probability related to quality data.
- Explain the importance of data mapping and scrubbing to an organization.
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