315.703.81 HEALTH SCIENCES INFORMATICS -EVALUATION
- Nancy Roderer
Health Informatics Evaluation provides an overview and introduction to basic methods for evaluating health information systems. It provides students opportunities to find and review evaluation studies as well as to learn and then apply standard models and methods used in the evaluation of health information systems. The course is recommended for students who will be selecting/designing, building, implementing and improving health information systems in clinical, public health and basic sciences domains. It is also useful to policy makers making decisions about health information systems.
On completion of this course, students will:
- be familiar with planning and evaluation methods used in health informatics
- be able to find and critically review informatics planning and evaluation projects
- be able to identify the need for evaluation of an informatics system and develop an evaluation plan relevant to that need
Introduction to Online Learning is required prior to participating in any of the School's Internet-based courses. Introduction to On-line learning