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MILI-Information Technology in Healthcare

Program Dates Program days Program times Cost
October 27, 2015 to December 15, 2015
Tuesday 5:45 p.m. - 9:05 p.m.
Standard
$3,000

Medical Industry Leadership Institute 6562

This course provides a theoretical and conceptual base, including the application of current and evolving technology systems for managers, creators, and evaluators of health care information technology, Special attention is paid to the design and evaluation of common data structures. The outcome will be to provide a future manager with an awareness of health IT applications that mark the movement and engagement of patients through the health care supply chain.  Students completing the course will also understand the demand by medical industry managers of health IT and be able to use this knowledge to value the decision to acquire, adapt or utilize such technologies.  A review of actual health IT applications from firms in the field will acquaint the student with an awareness of the current innovations in the market and the opportunity to question industry leaders about the future innovations in this market space, including the marriage of human genomic data with clinical case history as well as the advancement of real time quality of care metrics.

Overview

This course is designed for those with an interest in the medical industry and in harnessing the resources of the emerging health information age. The course will focus on the theory and conceptual base for healthcare information technology (IT), applications of current and developing health IT applications, and approaches to evaluating the effectiveness of health IT systems.

Key Benefits

By the completion of this course, students will have acquired a broad perspective on the use of information systems for healthcare management decisions. Specifically, the course seeks to provide students with the skills to complete the following tasks:

  • Describe the basic hardware of information technology.
  • Understand the basic data structures present in healthcare.
  • Identify software applications used to manage healthcare.
  • Describe the principal clients of health information systems.
  • Evaluate an information system using basic systems theory and evaluation skills.
  • Communicate to a system analyst ad-hoc programming instructions to extract knowledge of strategic value.
  • Understand the scope of health information technology legal and ethical issues as potential market barriers, to avoid or use for strategic market opening value.

Audience

This course provides a theoretical and conceptual base, including the application of current and evolving technology systems for managers, creators, and evaluators of healthcare information technology.

Faculty

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