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HIM-410: 

Fundamentals of Health Care Informatics Lecture & Lab 

4 credits 

This course examines the history, application, impact, and future need for informatics in health care. Emphasis is placed on standards, processes, and systems that impact areas of evidence-based medicine, administrative and clinical practices, information infrastructure, security, and electronic health records. The laboratory reinforces and expands learning of principles introduced in the lecture. Hands-on activities focus on initial exposure to the computer systems, software tools, and processes used in health care informatics Prerequisites: BIO-181, BIO-181L, ITT-200, CST-217, and CST-307. 

HIM-412: 

Health Care Information Systems and Technology Lecture & Lab 

4 credits 

This course examines the application of information systems in health care settings, beginning with an analysis of the broad meaning and nature of information and systems. The focus narrows to utilization of computer technologies, configurations, and applications as tools to benefit health care environments. Emphasis is placed on the challenges related to the development and implementation of effective information systems in light of a rapidly and continuously changing health care model, evolution of technology team member roles and responsibilities, and advancement of technological requirements within the health care system. The laboratory reinforces and expands learning of principles introduced in the lecture. Hands-on activities focus on interacting with health care information systems, security tools and protocols, and cross-industry interoperability. Prerequisites: ITT-200, CST-217, and CST-307. 

 

HIM-450: 

Health Care Data Management Lecture & Lab 

4 credits 

This course examines health care information resources and their impact on administrative functions, interfaces, data security and integrity, and business processes. Topics include: use of relational database management software to construct tables, develop forms, create and execute queries, design and deploy reports, and advance database concepts to automate contemporary business processes. Students are able to distinguish between various network hardware technologies and associated data communication protocols in order to direct how organizations design and implement data networks. The laboratory reinforces and expands learning of principles introduced in the lecture. Hands-on activities focus on building SQL databases and performing basic CRUD operations: create data, retrieve data, update data, and delete data. Prerequisites: ITT-200, CST-217, and CST-307. 

HIM-484: 

Innovations in Health IT Lecture & Lab 

4 credits 

This course provides students with a broad view of enabling information technologies in the health-care related industries. Students analyze how IT improves economy of scale, increases efficiency, widens access to education and self-care, and facilitates integration of local and cloud-based systems. Students examine solutions using cross-disciplinary knowledge in the health care ecosystem, including health economics, decision support, operational effectiveness, automation, insurance exchanges, and regulatory compliance. The laboratory reinforces and expands learning of principles introduced in the lecture. Hands-on activities focus on interaction with a variety of systems, tools, simulators, and websites. Prerequisites: ITT-200, CST-217, and CST-307. 

HIM-515: 

Foundations and Concepts of Health Care Informatics 

4 credits 

This course examines the history, application, impact, and future need for informatics in health care. Emphasis is placed on standards, processes, and systems that impact areas of evidence-based medicine, administrative and clinical practices, information infrastructure, security, and electronic health records. 

HIM-615: 

Health Care Information Systems and Technology 

4 credits 

This course examines the application of information systems in health care settings, beginning with an analysis of the broad meaning and nature of information and systems. The focus narrows to utilization of computer technologies, configurations, and applications as tools to benefit health care environments. Emphasis is placed on the challenges related to the development and implementation of effective information systems in light of a rapidly and continuously changing health care model, evolution of technology team member roles and responsibilities, and advancement of technological requirements within the health care system. 

 

HIM-650: 

Health Care Data Management 

4 credits 

This course examines health care information resources and their impact on administrative functions, interfaces, data security and integrity, and business processes. Topics include use of relational database management software to construct tables, develop forms, create and execute queries, design and deploy reports, and advance database concepts to automate contemporary business processes. Students are able to distinguish between various network hardware technologies and associated data communications protocols in order to direct how organizations design and implement data networks. Prerequisites: HIM-515 and HIM-615. 

 

 

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