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Essential Elements of Health Information Exchange
As healthcare organizations continue to transition from gathering data through EHR systems toward building knowledge based on that data, the ability to exchange patient information, consistently, privately and securely becomes ever more paramount to improving quality of care.
In this first-of-its-kind class in Southern California, some of the region’s most experienced HIE leaders will present the essential elements of an HIE, including, but not limited to:
The benefits and national push for HIEs
Major technical components
Modes of exchange, such as the NwHIN and their related requirements
Implementing an HIE, including vendors, products and implementation
Business models and governance
Capstone project for students to apply the concepts learned
Other Credit: 4 units in Computer Science & Engineering. BRN:40hrs
Course Number: CSE-41154 Credit: 4 units
Dates: 01/05/15 - 03/13/15
Section ID: 106610
Status:Closed Location:ucsdextension.blackboard.com You will have access to your course on the published start date. Class Type: Online—web-based instruction
Instructors:Omar Bouhaddou, PhD, 25 years experience in the field of informatics and Senior Informatician with HP providing contract services to the Department of Veterans Affairs
Textbooks:Suggested Books Health Information Exchange Formation Guide: The Authoritative Guide for Planning and Forming an HIE in Your State, Region or Community (1st Edition) by Kolkman
ISBN: 9780982107089 Biomedical Informatics: Computer Applications in Health Care and Biomedicine (Health Informatics) (4th Edition) by Shortliffe/Cimino
You may purchase textbooks via the
No refunds after 01/12/15.