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Health Informatics Certificate

Health Informatics Certificate - 19 credit hours

This interprofessional certificate program is designed to prepare clinicians and health care managers with skills in analysis, design, implementation and evaluation of information systems that support a full range of clinical and patient care functions. The graduate will be prepared for entry and mid-level positions within IT departments, advanced clinical departments and as consultants and/or staff in organizations that specialize in computer operations and knowledge management. All required courses are offered online.

 Students will be admitted according to the following application deadlines: June 1 for Fall semester and November 1 for Spring semester. 

 

Course Name/Credit hours - All courses are online

Semester

IPHI 820

Program, Project and Communication Planning (2 credits)

Spring & Fall

IPHI 850 Introduction to Health Informatics ( 2 credits) Spring

IPHI 851

Transforming Health Care Through Use of Information Systems and Technology (3 credits)

Fall

IPHI 852

Health Data: Theory and Practice (3 credits)

Spring

IPHI 853

Abstraction and Modeling of Health Care Information ( 3 credits) Fall

IPHI 854 

Knowledge Management in Health Care (3 credits)

Summer

IPHI 856

Health Informatics Practicum (3 credits)

Available fall, spring and summer

 

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