Course No: PUBH.6320-061; SIS Class Nbr: 12310; SIS Term: 3230
Course Status: Registration Closed
This course introduces students to the health information system lifecycle. Students take a detailed look at the process of system planning, analysis, design, and implementation. Concepts are taught in a manner that applies to any discipline within the health organization and provides a practical understanding of the steps necessary for successful systems delivery and its importance to organization success. Skills learned will enable students to work effectively with and support the information systems planning effort to ensure better system alignment with information services, clinical and administrative objectives.
Related Programs: Graduate Certificate in Health Informatics, M.S. in Health Information Management: Health Informatics Option, M.S. in Health Information Management: Health Service Management Option, M.P.H. in Public Health
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