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Oct 27, 2016 by Catherine Golden (cagw)
INFR 6101 : Principles of Medical Informatics
Thu, 27 Oct 2016 08:06:47 GMT
Tue, 18 Oct 2016 21:31:15 GMT
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School of Medicine and Health Sciences
Clinical Research and Leadership (CRL)
Long Course Title
Principles of Medical Informatics
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Repeatable for Credit?
graduate enrollment in data science or related field
Dr. Qing Zeng
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INFR 4101 - Introduction to Medical Informatics
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Analysis of medical informatics applications and innovations in health care and the health care system; implications for health care delivery and patient outcomes, including electronic medical records, health system databases, and medical data analysis.
1. Discuss the use of biomedical informatics in various healthcare delivery settings, including acute care, ambulatory care, health information exchanges, and personal health records.
2. Describe the types of biomedical data, including patient records, and clinical and administrative data.
3. Compare the components of the health information infrastructure, including data collection, processing, analysis, maintenance, exchange, and reporting of biomedical data.
4. Propose medical informatics uses and resources in the context of improved health care delivery and patient outcomes.
5. Analyze the ethical and legal considerations associated with medical informatic uses of medical data.
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INFR 6101 Principles of Medical Informatics.doc
Explanation of how the course differs from similar GW courses
This is INFR 4101 elevated to graduate level content through completion of a final project and elevated learning objectives. This course is for graduate students.
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