Course: Health Information Technology Standards and Systems Interoperability

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Health Information Technology Standards and Systems Interoperability

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Course

Instructor:

Anna Orlova

Originally Offered:

Spring 2011

Offered By:

Department of Health Policy and Management

Course Number:

315.708.81



Description:

The Health Information Technology Standards and Systems Interoperability course is designed to provide health professionals with an understanding of the existing health information technology (HIT) standards and HIT standardization processes.

The goal of this course is to provide students with methods and tools for participation as users in the HIT standardization activities for the design and evaluation of integrated health data systems at the local, state, regional, national or international levels.

The intended audience comprises public health and medical professionals responsible, or advocating, for information systems used in (1) providing services; (2) developing, implementing and evaluating policies; and (3) performing research.

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