MIMB 6885: Information Technology in Health Care

2 Credits

This course prepares future health service managers to harness the resources of the emerging health information age. The course will focus on 1) the theory and conceptual base for healthcare information technology (IT), 2) applications of current and developing health IT applications and 3) approaches to evaluate the effectiveness of health IT systems. This course provides a theoretical and conceptual base for managers, creators, and evaluators of healthcare information technology, including the application of current and evolving technology systems. Special attention is paid to the design and evaluation of common data structures.

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