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HLT 575 - Healthcare Information Management Systems

Students in this course have the opportunity to learn how health information systems, technologies and applications assist healthcare professionals and leaders in the execution of organizational strategies and the transformation of the healthcare environment. Students also learn how these complex systems help decision makers in the organization to improve patient care outcomes and performance. Topics include evolving technologies such as data analytics, eHealth, personalized medicine, and social media; using technology applications to manage population health; risk assessment, including legal and ethical issues in health information technology; and change management, Students are challenged by scenario-based discussions that analyze the best information technology practices across multiple industries

Prerequisite: HLT505

Credit Hours: 3.00

Course Fees: $0.00

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