ITIS 6180 - Foundations of Health Informatics
Credit Hours: (3)
An overview of foundational concepts and methods in healthcare systems, technologies, and policies that are critical for successful research in health informatics. Students explore recurring themes, issues, and applications most frequently encountered in the field. The course is both technical and rigorous, and will involve both theoretical analysis and substantial projects. Topic include: an overview of issues, systems and technologies in health informatics and in-depth discussion of data standards, data integration, data analytics, and evaluation methods. Students who take this course gain the skills and knowledge necessary to conduct research in health informatics.
Restriction(s): Graduate standing in computer science, information technology, health informatics, or related discipline.
Cross-listed as: ITIS 8180 .
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