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Ebook: Evidence-Based Health Informatics by Elske Ammenwerth, Michael Rigby
Posted by Chris Paton on June 22, 2016 at 1:18am in Health IT
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Introduction to Health IT
This free online course, Introduction to Health IT: Health Management Information Systems, is a 鈥渢heory鈥 component that provides an introduction to health care applications and the systems that use them, health information technology standards, health-related data structures, and enterprise architecture in health care organizations.
Unit 1: What is Health Informatics?
Unit 2: Health Information Systems Overview
Unit 3: Electronic Health Records
Unit 4: Computerized Provider Order Entry (CPOE)
Unit 5: Clinical Decision Support Systems
Unit 6: Patient Monitoring Systems
Unit 7: Medical Imaging Systems
Unit 8: Consumer Health Informatics
Unit 9: Administrative, Billing, and Financial Systems
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Installation and Maintenance of Health IT Systems
This free course, Installation and Maintenance of Health IT Systems, covers fundamentals of selection, installation and maintenance of typical Electronic Health Records (EHR) systems. Students will be introduced to the principles underlying system configuration including basic hardware and software components, principles of system selection, planning, testing, troubleshooting, and final deployment. System security and procedures will also be introduced in this component.
Unit 1: Elements of a Typical EHR System
Unit 2: System Selection 鈥 Software and Certification
Unit 3: System Selection 鈥 Functional and Technical Requirements
Unit 4: Structured Systems Analysis and Design
Unit 5: Software Development Life Cycle
Unit 6: System Security Procedures and Standards
Unit 7: System Interfaces and Integration
Unit 8: Troubleshooting; Maintenance and Upgrades; Interaction with Vendors, Developers, and Users
Unit 9: Creating Fault Tolerant Systems, Backups, and Decommissioning
Unit 10: Developing a Test Strategy and Test Plan
Unit 11: Pilot Testing and Full Scale Deployment
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Configuring Electronic Health Records
This free online course, Configuring Electronic Health Records, provides a practical experience with a laboratory component (utilizing the VistA for Education program) that will address approaches to assessing, selecting, and configuring EHRs to meet the specific needs of customers and end-users.
Unit 1: Migration to an Electronic Health Record System
Unit 2: Patient Care Clinical Workflow; Multiple Perspectives of Patient Care (VistA Demo)
Unit 3: Implementing Clinical Decision Support (VistA Demo)
Unit 4: Building Order Sets (VistA Demo)
Unit 5: Creating Data Entry Templates (VistA Demo)
Unit 6: Health Summary and Clinical Reminder Reports (VistA Demo)
Unit 7: Privacy and Security in the US
Unit 8: Meaningful Use and Implementation
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Standards, Networking and Health Information Exchange
This free online course, Standards, Networking and Health Information Exchange, will introduce the student to networking and health information exchange aspects of health IT. The course covers the Open Systems Interconnection (OSI) ISO standard, EHR and health data interchange standards and privacy and security issues associated with health information exchange.
Unit 1: ISO Open Systems Interconnection (OSI)
Unit 2: Network Media and Hardware Communication Devices
Unit 3: National and International Standards Developing Organizations
Unit 4: Basic Health Data Standards
Unit 5: EHR Functional Model Standards
Unit 6: Health Data Interchange Standards
Unit 7: Supporting Standards for EHR Applications
Unit 8: Enterprise Architecture Models
Unit 9: Privacy, Confidentiality, and Security Issues and Standards
Unit 10: Health Information Exchange
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Usability and Human Factors
This free online course, Usability and Human Factors, will discussion of rapid prototyping, user-centered design understanding effects of new technology workflow on downstream processes; facilitation of unit-wide focus groups or simulation.
Unit 1: People and Technology, Studies of Technology
Unit 2: Requirements Engineering
Unit 3: Cognition and Human Performance
Unit 4: Human Factors and Healthcare
Unit 5: Usability evaluation methods
Unit 6: Electronic Health Records and Usability
Unit 7: Clinical Decision Support and Usability
Unit 8: Approaches to Design
Unit 9: Ubiquitous Computing
Unit 10: Designing for safety
Unit 11: Designing for safety
Unit 12: Information Visualization
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Vendor-Specific Electronic Health Records (EHR) Systems
This free online course, Vendor-Specific Electronic Health Records (EHR) Systems, will provide an in-depth discussion in Vendor-Specific Systems, focusing specifically in areas such as system and database architectures used in commercial Electronic Health Records (EHRs), vendor strategies for terminology, knowledge management, ways to assess decision support capabilities in EHRs, and finally vendor-specific training (go-live strategies).
Unit 1: Common Commercial Electronic Health Record (EHR) Systems Used in Healthcare
Unit 2: Certification of Commercial EHRs
Unit 3: How Do Organizations Select an EHR? Lessons From the Front Lines
Unit 4: Electronic Health Record Functionality
Unit 5: System and Database Architectures Used in Commercial EHRs
Unit 6: Vendor Strategies for Terminology, Knowledge Management, and Data Exchange
Unit 7: Assessing Decision Support Capabilities of Commercial EHRs
Unit 8: EHR Go-Live Strategies
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Working with Health IT Systems
This free online course, Working with Health IT Systems, is a laboratory component. Students will work with simulated systems or real systems with simulated data. As they play the role of practitioners using these systems, they will learn what is happening 鈥渦nder the hood.鈥 They will experience threats to security and appreciate the need for standards, high levels of usability, and how errors can occur.
Unit 1: Introduction amp; Overview: Components of HIT Systems
Unit 2: Under the Hood
Unit 3: Understanding Information Exchange in HIT Systems
Unit 4: The Effective HIT System
Unit 5: Fundamentals of Usability in HIT Systems鈥擶hat Does It Matter?
Unit 6: HIT Facilitated Error鈥擟ause and Effect
Unit 7: Protecting Privacy, Security, and Confidentiality in HIT Systems
Unit 8: HIT System Planning, Acquisition, Installation, amp; Training: Practices to Support amp; Pitfalls
Unit 9: Potential Issues with Adoption and Installation of an HIT system.
Unit 10: HIT and Aspects of Patient-Centered Care
Unit 11: Health IT in the Future
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Working in Teams
Working in Teams is an experiential course that helps trainees become 鈥渢eam players鈥 by understanding their roles, the importance of communication, and group cohesion.
Unit 1: Health IT Teams: Examples and Characteristics
Unit 2: Forming and Developing a Team for HIT
Unit 3: Initial Tools for Teaming: Ground Rules amp; Action Plans for HIT Teams
Unit 4: Team Strategies and Tools to Enhance Performance and Patient Safety: TeamSTEPPS
Unit 5: Leveraging Integration Techniques: Power of HIT Team Dynamics
Unit 6: Articulating Feedback and Feedforward: Tracking Success and Change
Unit 7: Leadership: All Members as Leaders鈥擫eaderful Teams
Unit 8: Sharing Resources and Information: Tools to Optimize Performance of HIT Teams
Unit 9: Positioning for High Performance Teaming: Challenges and Opportunities in HIT
Unit 10: Barriers to Success: Reading Early Warning Signs of HIT Team Failure
Unit 11: Life Cycle of HIT Teams: Reforming and Repositioning Techniques
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Professionalism/Customer Service in the Health Environment
This free online course, Professionalism/ Customer Service in the Health Environment, develops the skills necessary to communicate effectively across the full range of roles that will be encountered in healthcare and public health settings.
Unit 1: Customer Service in Healthcare IT
Unit 2: Professional Behavior in the Healthcare Environment
Unit 3: Overview of Communication Relevant to Health IT
Unit 4: Key Elements of Effective Communication
Unit 5: Regulatory Issues: Standard Precautions and HIPAA
Unit 6: Team and Small Group Communication
Unit 7: Conflict Resolution
Unit 8: Ethical and Cultural Issues Related to Communication and Customer Service
Unit 9: Personal Communications and Professionalism
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Planning, Management and Leadership for Health IT
This free online course, Planning, Management and Leadership for Health IT, targets those preparing for leadership roles, principles of leadership and effective management of teams. Emphasis on the leadership modes and styles best suited to IT deployment.
Unit 1: Introduction to Leadership
Unit 2: The Management and Leadership Distinction
Unit 3: Key Concepts Associated with Leadership
Unit 4: Effective and Ineffective Leaders
Unit 5: Overview of the IT Strategic Planning Process
Unit 6: Achieving External Alignment
Unit 7: Team and Small Group Communication
Unit 8: Conflict Resolution
Unit 9: Purchasing and Contracting
Unit 10: Change Management
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Quality Improvement in Health IT
This free online course, Quality Improvement in Health IT, introduces the concepts of health IT and practice workflow redesign as instruments of quality improvement. It addresses establishing a culture that supports increased quality and safety. It also discusses approaches to assessing patient safety issues and implementing quality management and reporting through electronic systems.
Unit 1: Introduction to Quality Improvement and Health Information Technology
Unit 2: Principles of Quality and Safety for HIT
Unit 3: Introduction to Reliability
Unit 4: Reliability and Culture of Safety
Unit 5: Decision Support for Quality Improvement
Unit 6: Workflow Design
Unit 7: HIT Design to Support Teamwork and Communication
Unit 8: HIT and Infecting a Patient Safety Culture
Unit 9: HIT Implementation Planning for Quality and Safety
Unit 10: Measuring Quality
Unit 11: Data Quality Improvement
Unit 12: Learning from Mistakes: Error Reporting and Analysis and HIT
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Health Workflow Process Analysis amp; Redesign
This free online course, Health Workflow Process Analysis amp; Redesign, covers fundamentals of health workflow process analysis and redesign as a necessary component of complete practice automation. Process validation and change management are also covered.
Unit 1: Concepts of Processes and Process Analysis
Unit 2: Process Mapping Theory and Rationale
Unit 3: Interpreting and Creating Process Diagrams
Unit 4: Acquiring Clinical Process Knowledge
Unit 5: Process Analysis
Unit 6: Process Re-design
Unit 7: Facilitating Meetings for Implementation Decisions
Unit 8: Quality Improvement Methods
Unit 9: Leading and Facilitating Change
Unit 10: Process Change Implementation and Evaluation
Unit 11: Maintaining and Enhancing the Improvements
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Public Health IT
This free online course, Public Health IT, is specifically for individuals interested in a career in public health. This component will provide an overview of specialized public health applications such as registries, epidemiological databases, biosurvelliance, public health reporting alerts, quality reporting, and how to adopt/use of population health functions for electronic health records and consumer functions for personal health records. In addition, this component will address the potential of public health information technology for health promotion and chronic disease prevention.
Unit 1: Overview amp; Contribution to Public Health Through Electronic Health Record Use
Unit 2: Privacy, Confidentiality and Security of Public Health Information
Unit 3: Data Standards in Public Health Information Technology
Unit 4: Public Health Enabled Electronic Health Records
Unit 5: Epidemiology Databases and Registries-Public Health Information Tools
Unit 6: Biosurvelliance, Situational Awareness and Disaster Response
Unit 7: Public Health Reporting, Alerts and Decision Support
Unit 8: The potential of public health IT for health promotion and chronic disease prevention
Unit 9: Quality Reporting
Unit 10 Encouraging Adoption/Use of Population Health Functions for Electronic Health Records (EHRs)
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History of Health Information Technology in the U.S.
This free online course, History of Health Information Technology in the U.S., traces the development of IT systems in health care and public health, beginning with the experiments of the 1950s and 1960s and culminating in the HITECH act, including the introduction of the concept of 鈥渕eaningful use鈥 of electronic health records.
Unit 1: Evolution of Health IT: The Early Years
Unit 2: Evolution of Health IT: The Modern Era
Unit 3: Evolution of Health IT: The HITECH Act
Unit 4: Evolution of Public Health Informatics
Unit 5: Evolution of Nursing Informatics and HIT Tools Used By Nursing
Unit 6: History of Electronic Health Records (EHRs)
Unit 7: History of Clinical Decision Support Systems
Unit 8: History of CPOE and E-Prescribing
Unit 9: History of Health Information Exchange
Unit 10: History of Privacy and Security Legislation
Unit 11: Software Certification and Regulation
Unit 12: History of Mobile Computing
Unit 13: History of Telemedicine
Unit 14: History of Quality Improvement and Patient Safety
Unit 15: Payment-Related Issues and the Role of HIT
Unit 16: History of Health IT Organizations
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