Our course features instructional materials from HICATT, a health informatics training program, organized by McWilliams School of Biomedical Informatics with funding provided by the ONC. Our school is also a HIMSS Approved Education Partner (AEP) which certifies that our material meets industry-level standards for effective health training.
Here are the topics that will be covered: Overview of Interoperable Health IT, Standards of Interoperable Health IT, Implementing Health Interoperability, Policy and Interoperable Health IT, and Expanding Access with Technology.
Here are the topics that will be covered: Secondary Use of Clinical Data, Patient Identification, Machine Learning and Natural Language Processing, Learning Health Systems, Usability, and Risk Adjustment and Predictive Modeling.
Here are the topics that will be covered: Introduction to Patient Engagement & Participation, Activated Patients, Supporting Patient-Driven Care Coordination, Shared Decision-Making, Precision Medicine, and Patient-Orientated Data Analytics.
Here are the topics that will be covered: Population Health and the Application of Health IT, Implications of Policy, Finance, and Business of Population Health, Population Health IT and Data Systems, Identifying Risk and Segmenting Populations, Predictive Analytics for Population Health, and Big Data, Interoperability, and Analytics for Population Health.
Here are the topics that will be covered: Introduction to Value-Based Care, Regulatory Environment, Value-Based Quality and Safety, Volume to Value, and Outcomes and Reimbursements.
If you would like take advantage of all the above 25 credits CE courses available, you can enroll in all five courses here.
Here are the topics that will be covered: Health care professionals will have the opportunity to learn the fundamental principles of human-computer interaction and human factors and learn how to apply them to real world problems.
Disclaimer: Professionals coming from any field can take any courses. The courses were developed as recommended options for the specified professions in mind. However, there are no restrictions that prevent enrollment in any course of interest.
These courses have been carefully planned and organized to ensure that all information provided is accurate and complete. However, McWilliams School of Biomedical Informatics reserves the right to make changes to the courses which may result in changes to the information in the defined content.