Duke Center for Health Informatics--N653. Data Driven Health Care Improvement

This graduate course is designed to help students learn to select and manage data sources, information systems, and quality metrics for analyzing clinical data to influence health policy and improve patient safety and quality of care at all health system levels. Multi-professional teamwork and informatics solutions are emphasized in the context of a quality improvement culture. Critical thinking, professional ethics, and data quality are explored for a variety of analytic methods and quality metrics. Fall (distance-based) 3 credits.

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Type of Opportunity

  • Course

Area of Interest

  • Informatics
  • Information science