Education Opportunity - Electronic Health Records (EHR) Common Capabilities, Part II

Regenstrief & Indiana CTSI

Indiana Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute and Regenstrief Institute are offering continuing education classes intended to offer practical, ready-to-use value where health IT and research overlap. Each class is 1 hour in length a week with no mandatory homework geared for the working professional.

This class is specific to health care and public health applications. Introduction to health IT standards, health-related data structures, software applications; enterprise architecture in health care and public health organizations.

  • 11/9/20 Patient Monitoring Systems
  • 11/16/20 Medical Imaging Systems
  • 11/30/20 Consumer Health Informatics
  • 12/7/20 Administrative, Billing, and Financial Systems
  • 12/14/20 Health Information Exchange

You'll be able to do the following:

  1. Describe general functions, purposes and benefits of health information systems in various health care settings
  2. Describe the federal initiatives and other significant developments that have influenced the evolution and adoption of health information systems
  3. Compare/Contrast different types of health information systems in terms of their ability to meet the needs of various types of health care enterprises
  4. Explain how electronic health records affect patient safety, quality care, efficiency, productivity, and reporting/documentation mechanisms
  5. Propose strategies to minimize major barriers to the adoption of electronic health records
  6. Explain how the principles of health care data exchange and health care data standards relate to patient care, productivity and data analysis

Please read the FAQ and the syllabus on the registration form below for additional details on class structure and content.

Start Date: November 9, 2020

Class Length: 5 Class Sessions, ~ 5 weeks

Location: Online via Zoom

Fee: None

Credit: You will be issued a certificate of completion at the end of each course

Registration: https://redcap.uits.iu.edu/surveys/?s=YWWE3XWD8H

*Please be certain to sign up for the class with the correct CTSA program name entered, you are grouped by CTSA (Example: IU CTSI, OSU CCTS, Duke CTSA).

All materials were originally created and funded by the ONC and are available on their website.

Questions? Please email harperjr@regenstrief.org.

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- Add to Calendar 2020-11-09 12:00:00 2020-12-14 13:00:00 Education Opportunity - Electronic Health Records (EHR) Common Capabilities, Part II Register Here https://redcap.uits.iu.edu/surveys/?s=YWWE3XWD8H

Indiana Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute and Regenstrief Institute are offering continuing education classes intended to offer practical, ready-to-use value where health IT and research overlap. Each class is 1 hour in length a week with no mandatory homework geared for the working professional.

This class is specific to health care and public health applications. Introduction to health IT standards, health-related data structures, software applications; enterprise architecture in health care and public health organizations.

  • 11/9/20 Patient Monitoring Systems
  • 11/16/20 Medical Imaging Systems
  • 11/30/20 Consumer Health Informatics
  • 12/7/20 Administrative, Billing, and Financial Systems
  • 12/14/20 Health Information Exchange

You'll be able to do the following:

  1. Describe general functions, purposes and benefits of health information systems in various health care settings
  2. Describe the federal initiatives and other significant developments that have influenced the evolution and adoption of health information systems
  3. Compare/Contrast different types of health information systems in terms of their ability to meet the needs of various types of health care enterprises
  4. Explain how electronic health records affect patient safety, quality care, efficiency, productivity, and reporting/documentation mechanisms
  5. Propose strategies to minimize major barriers to the adoption of electronic health records
  6. Explain how the principles of health care data exchange and health care data standards relate to patient care, productivity and data analysis

Please read the FAQ and the syllabus on the registration form below for additional details on class structure and content.

Start Date: November 9, 2020

Class Length: 5 Class Sessions, ~ 5 weeks

Location: Online via Zoom

Fee: None

Credit: You will be issued a certificate of completion at the end of each course

Registration: https://redcap.uits.iu.edu/surveys/?s=YWWE3XWD8H

*Please be certain to sign up for the class with the correct CTSA program name entered, you are grouped by CTSA (Example: IU CTSI, OSU CCTS, Duke CTSA).

All materials were originally created and funded by the ONC and are available on their website.

Questions? Please email harperjr@regenstrief.org.

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