Duke Center for Health Informatics--N410. Health Information Exchange Standards, Methods, and Models

This course introduces the landscape of data standards necessary to achieve interoperability within and among complex healthcare organizations. Standards covered begin with the planning phases for health information technology (HIT) through data, data structures, terminology, data transport, electronic health records and personal health records, decision support, privacy and security, and other related applications. The creation, functionality, uptake, and the usability of standards from both a national as well as international perspective will be discussed as will models for local and regional health information exchange. Summer (distance-based) 3 credits.

External Info

https://www.dchi.duke.edu/education/health-informatics-programs-available-at-duke/health-informatics-courses

Type of Opportunity

  • Course

Area of Interest

  • Informatics
  • Information science