MMCi 538 Data, Information and Knowledge Representation
Healthcare is increasingly dependent upon IT (Information Technology), but the accumulation of data has outpaced our capacity to use it to improve operating efficiency, clinical quality, and financial effectiveness. Moreover, hospitals have lagged in adopting thoughtful analytic approaches that would allow operational leaders and providers to capitalize upon existing data stores. In this course, we evaluate strategic IT investments in healthcare with the goal of increasing efficiency, reducing costs, and improving outcomes through the targeted application of health analytics.
Physicians, IT specialists, health care professionals
Discuss the emerging national context of HIT (Health Information Technology).
- 27.00 Attendance