Health Informatics (MHI)
Note: The Master of Health Informatics program is new, effective Fall 2017. Course descriptions will be added as they are approved by faculty committee.
MHI 5070 Introduction to Health Informatics — 3 credits
A comprehensive introduction to health informatics concepts and applications. Topics include: introduction to data, information, and knowledge; electronic health records; interoperability of health systems; interface and reference terminologies, and classification systems; patient safety; public health informatics; clinical decision support systems; electronic prescribing. Being a very fluid field, new and current topics in health informatics will be introduced during each term as necessary. Must be taken the first semester of enrollment in the MHI program.
MHI 5090 Cyber Security in Health Information Systems — 3 credits
Examination of compliance, ethics, privacy, confidentiality, and security of data in health information systems. Issues related to transmission and exchange of electronic health information across health care systems will also be discussed as well as reviewing Office of Inspector General and Office of Civil Rights violations cases.
Prerequisite with concurrency: MHI 5070.