hinf500 | Graduate
Informatics For Health Administration
This graduate-level course is 6 weeks To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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Data Systems Part I (Interoperability)
- Explain the importance of standard terminologies for interoperability and differentiate among various terminologies.
- Explain the value of interoperability among information systems.
Data Systems Part II (Security and Privacy)
- Describe the differences among confidentiality, privacy, and security.
- Describe financial, operational, and clinical reporting (data) requirements.
- Explain the importance of reported data among internal and external stakeholders.
Trends and Ethics in Informatics
- Analyze the impact of current and future technologies on informatics.
- Discuss legal and ethical issues that can have an impact on informatics.
Introduction to Health Care Informatics
- Compare roles and responsibilities among staff in an information systems department.
- Describe the evolution and growth of health care informatics.
Sources of Data Within a Health Care Setting
- Describe the different sources of data within various health care settings.
- Describe how the data is collected and how the data is used.
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