PUBH 6748: Analyzing Administrative Data for Healthcare Operations and Research

2 Credits

This is an introductory course designed to teach students how to effectively analyze administrative data (e.g., billing or claims data, clinical registries, enrollment records) for use in both healthcare operations and research. During the course, students will learn about accessing common administrative data sources; the structure of administrative data; coding and billing systems; best practices for developing and implementing analytic plans; creating cohorts; strategies for risk assessment; developing measures; approaches for missing data; approaches for linking across data sources; reporting considerations; quality control; and strategies for effective data presentation. The course will provide practical, hands-on training for individuals to effectively analyze and report healthcare outcomes for operations and research using administrative data. COURSE PREREQUISITES Some basic programming (e.g., SAS, Stata, R) and statistics knowledge preferred. Please feel free to email the instructors to discuss options for gaining this background. Students from all academic programs welcome.

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