hit350 | undergraduate
Health Information Systems Support
This undergraduate-level course is 5 weeks To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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Health IT Systems Overview
- List three strengths and weaknesses of current Health Information Technology (HIT) systems.
- Describe the use of three healthcare administrative applications.
- Define the purpose of three clinical applications.
- Identify the two common types of healthcare information systems.
Health IT Systems Selection
- Identify three ways the concept of usability contributes to successful HIT systems selection.
- Differentiate between classification standards, vocabulary and terminology standards, and data interchange standards.
- Define five criteria to consider when selecting vendors and software for healthcare systems.
Health IT Systems Design
- Examine the four stages of the Systems Development Life Cycle (SDLC).
- Explain three reasons having clinicians involved in system design is beneficial.
- Create a diagram demonstrating the flow of data between HIT systems via an interface.
Health IT Systems Implementation
- Create a comprehensive plan for installing HIT systems.
- Identify eight elements of project plans in HIT systems implementation.
- List seven components of implementation plans for HIT systems.
Health IT System Maintenance
- Explain how the four common HIT-induced system errors impact business.
- Construct a comprehensive plan to maintain and troubleshoot a health IT system.
- Differentiate between HIT security, confidentiality, and privacy.
- Describe the potential solutions for five threats associated with HIT systems.
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