HSM 566

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HSM 566
Master’s Health Systems Informatics

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[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text el_class=”course_syllabi_body”]Course Description
Research shows that the confluence of information for health system professionals is best understood as an integrated system.  The main course competency is identifying that significant sources of information.  The mains skill is the integration of those sources into an effective system.

Course Format
This course is delivered in on-line, on-line, on-site or blended modules complemented by off-line review and assistance.

Course Goals
Deliver graduate level knowledge of principles of informatics and best practices of data collection and analysis in the health systems environment.

Course Objectives

  • Teach how defining informatics as well as analyzing data assist assessment of project results in healthcare
  • Explain and demonstrate skilled data collection and analysis in healthcare
  • Discuss systematic data collection and analysis  in healthcare projects

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