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Health Care Informatics

by Deborah White
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IT-related topics for users in health care administration and support services.
Intro to Information Technology for Health Care Administrators
Students typically have completed an introductory course in computers at the most basic level.
Learning Outcomes:
Too numerous to cite here, all contributing to two major competencies. (1) Being able to adapt knowledge and skills to new software and technology (2) Being able to problem-solve issues related to health data management
Pedagogy Approach:
The course combines lectures and labs (50/50). Students work on a group project in which they investigate a type of health care-related software or computer-assisted device. Hands-on exercises are offered for MS Word, Excel and Access.
Assessment Methodology:
Students are assessed on an individual written paper, group paper and presentation, software exercises, mid-term and final exam.

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Added 03/19/2011
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