315.707.81 INTRODUCTION TO BIOMEDICAL AND PUBLIC HEALTH INFORMATICS
This course will contrast differences in roles, needs, and solutions among major players in the national and commercial health IT and informatics communities. The course will define public health informatics and explain why things do or don't happen in IT at the national and institutional levels. The course will apply available sources of data, information, and knowledge to address healthcare and public health problems.
Upon successfully completing this course, students will be able to: articulate strategic direction for public health informatics within the enterprise; describe components of knowledge management tools for the enterprise; identify knowledge, information, and data needs of project or program users and stakeholders; identify core concepts and frameworks in the area of information science, computer science, computer technology and standards; recognize core features of procedural programs and web-based technology.
Introduction to Online Learning is required prior to participating in any of the School's Internet-based courses. Introduction to on-line learning