MS:Health Informatics and Information Management
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Take three (3) credits from subject HSA, HCI, MSCC
HCI 600 - Information Systems Concepts
Introduces information systems concepts, architectures, and technologies to health care professionals. Emphasizes information systems resources needed to meet organizational mission and objectives. Focuses on information systems from business viewpoint including processes, value proposition, and different types of information systems.
HCI 610 - Design/Selctn of IT Sys Health Care
Introduces planning, acquisition, and implementation of systems which include migration paths, functional requirements, costs, benefits realization and a critical analysis of the system proposed, in addition to the technological infrastructure needed to support facility-wide systems. Activities include evaluating RFPs and RFIs and designing communication and clinical documentation guidelines.
HCI 615 - Human Computer Interaction/Device Strat
Explores human computer interaction, development, and strategy for adopting peripheral devices. Discusses clinician's needs and technical requirements for patient care devices including bar coding, single sign on strategies, wireless networks, RFID and others.
HCI 620 - Data Mining Dcsn Support/HCS
Examines the role of information systems in supporting administrative and clinical decision-making in health care organizations. Focuses on discrete data capture to support examination of population health, patient care processes and organizational outcomes.
HCI 625 - Workflow Change Mgmnt/Adoption Hlth IT
Examines human behavior in organizations focusing on the analysis of data and workflow diagrams, SSC methodology (Start-Stop-Continue Design Decisions), developing an impact analysis, training requirements, process assessment at the micro and macro level affected by the new technology and introduces change management theories necessary to parallel system implementation. User workflows and processes are used as a basis for analysis.
HCI 645 - Management of E-HIM
The focus of this course is on the advanced concepts of managing digital clinical information and other electronic storage media of information in healthcare facilities. Topics covered are e-Discovery, identity management, health information exchange, the legal medical record, the personal health record, confidentiality, privacy, and security that govern health care and institutional data on electronic media. Current trends and issues in electronic health information management (eHIM) are also included.
Pre-requisite: TAKE HIM*313 OR HIM*415;
HCI 680 - Capstone: Applied Research Project
A capstone seminar including health care policy, integration of delivery settings, stakeholder relations, regulatory initiatives, health care workforce challenges, trends in IT adoption and completion of a research based project with a service component. Prerequisite: Completion of all other coursework.
HSA 649 - Health Care Information Systems
Introduces foundational knowledge and skills to participate in the design, selection, implementation and use of clinical and administrative information systems. Provides an overview of information systems in all health care settings with emphasis on electronic health record systems, data standards and data exchanges. Familiarizes the student with new and emerging technologies in the health care field. The graduate component extends foundational knowledge through additional readings, case analysis and/or applied project work. Prerequisite(s): Approval of academic advisor required.
Cross listing(s): HCA 450 HIM 450.
HSA 658 - Strategic & Project Mgmt Health Care Set
Focuses on the general principles of project and strategic management. Introduces the project management body of knowledge (PMBOK) including project management software, task assignments, workflow analysis, project planning and the differences in managing IT projects vs. business and other projects. Process reengineering will also be investigated. The graduate component extends foundational knowledge through additional readings, case analysis and/or applied project work.
Cross listing(s): HCA 458.
MSCI 610 - Ethics in Information Technology
Course illuminates ethical issues regarding information systems (access, data storage, and data utilization). Focuses on developing a set of ethical standards for professionals in information technology.
Pre-requisite: TAKE MSCC*610;
MSIA 672 - Managing a Secure Enterprise
Provides the knowledge of designing and managing a secure enterprise. Includes aspects of enterprise security, physical security, disaster-recovery planning, and business continuity planning.
Cross listing(s): MSCT 672.