Jan 23, 2021
HIM 214 - Health Information Technologies
This course provides the framework for all stages of management of health information technologies. As health information systems have become increasingly integral to the provision of quality healthcare services, the need for cohesive, effective health information systems has become critical. Students will learn how to plan, design, and implement systems to meet this need.
Prerequisites & Notes
12 lessons and a final
Course Learning Objectives
Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to:
- Utilize technology for data collection, storage, analysis, and reporting of information.
- Assess systems capabilities to meet regulatory requirements.
- Recommend device selection based on workflow, ergonomic, and human factors.
- Discuss the process for the development of networks, including intranet and Internet applications.
- Evaluate system architecture, database design, data warehousing.
- Create the electronic structure of health data to meet a variety of end user needs.
- Analyze the planning, design, selection, implementation, integration, testing, evaluation, and support of health information technologies.
Credits: 3 Offered: Starting fall 2015
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