Course: Health Information Technology Standards and Systems Interoperability
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» Lecture 0: Welcome to Standards and Interoperability in Health Systems (Orlova)
Slides: Part A
MP3: Part A
» Lecture 1: Towards a Nationwide Health Information Network (Orlova)
» Lecture 2: HIT Standards and HIT Standardization (Orlova)
» Lecture 3: Health Information Systems Interoperability (Arzt)
» Lecture 4: Towards Business Process Standards (Orlova)
» Lecture 5: Functional Standards (Orlova)
» Lecture 6: Data Content Standards (Boone)
» Lecture 7: Information Content Standards (Boone)
» Lecture 8: Information Exchange Standards (Henderson)
» Lecture 9: Identifier Standards (Suarez)
» Lecture 10: Privacy and Security Standards (Suarez)
» Lecture 11: Standards Harmonization and Testing (Fourquet-Reed)
» Lecture 12: Testing and Product Certification (Majurski)
» Lecture 13: International Perspectives (Greenberg)
» Lecture 15 (Extra Credit): Deployment of Standards-based HIT Solutions in Public Health Practice: Case Studies (Bauer, Coates, Kunt, Brousseau)
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