Dec 01, 2022  
2022–2023 University Catalog/Handbook (Fall) 
    
2022–2023 University Catalog/Handbook (Fall)
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IPE 7365 - Information Management for Quality and Safety

Hours: 3
This graduate level interprofessional informatics specialty course provides the learner an overview of healthcare quality and patient safety with an emphasis on healthcare informatics. This course uses a systems approach to introduce the learner to the complexities of quality and patient safety management with understanding of measurement and improvement of outcomes. This course will expose the learner to multiple measures for quality and patient safety from a variety of organizations and regulatory bodies that offer measure comparisons. The framework within this course will establish broad concepts to practical application of improvement steps, including issues related to data quality, challenges within HIT management, collaborative efforts between disciplines, and challenges of calculating quality measures with data from the EHR. Areas of emphasis include data analytics for quality improvement and patient safety, control chart methodology, failure modes and effects analysis, and HIT influence in change management. Prerequisite: IPE 7400  



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