ntc425 | undergraduate

Networking And Security In Health Information Systems

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This course covers the concepts of health information security and networking. Content includes governmental regulations, data security, and working with Health Information Exchange (HIE) systems. Coursework explores contingency planning, network architecture, hardware, and system security concepts.

This undergraduate-level course is 5 To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.

Course details:

Credits: 3
Continuing education units: XX
Professional development units: XX
Duration: 5

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    Electronic Health Record (EHR) Certification

    • Demonstrate how EHR Certification applies to the implementation and maintenance of an enterprise HIT system.
    • Illustrate the Electronic Health Record (EHR) Certification process.
    • Identify the benefits of becoming EHR Certified.

    Communication Models

    • List the systems in a HIT network.
    • Describe the appropriate use of Health Level-7 (HL7) standards within interfaces between each system and for communication with Health Information Exchanges (HIEs) as needed.
    • Classify potential errors and solutions.

    Enterprise-Level Architecture Models

    • Describe the Certification Commission for Health Information Technology for Accountable Care Organization (CCHIT ACO) HIT framework.
    • Select the appropriate model-driven architecture to satisfy the specific HIT framework need.
    • Discuss specific ways to provide secure remote access to patient data and related content.

    Security of HIT Systems

    • Differentiate between various security and privacy challenges and related solutions facing a specific enterprise HIT system to meet HIPAA and other requirements.
    • Compare the value of using different security components to address confidentiality and privacy of data in an HIT system.

    Networking and HIE Standards Used in Enterprise HIT Systems

    • Describe network standards according to an enterprise network model.
    • Evaluate hardware requirements needed to meet the health information technology (HIT) networking standards.
    • Discuss how Health Information Exchange (HIE) data standards apply to disparate systems.
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