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NURS 720 Health Information Technology and Information Systems 3.0 Credits

This course prepares a doctoral student to be proficient in the use of health information technology and information systems to assume a leadership role to improve practice and health care delivery. This course will provide students with skills in the selection, use and evaluation of technologies for care; development and implementation of a plan for data extraction from databases containing practice information. The use of appropriate software to generate statistics and accurately interpreting statistical results will be addressed. The student is expected to use these technologies in translation of evidence to clinical practice to improve health care, health care systems and patient outcomes. Additionally, the concept of interprofessional collaboration to improve patient outcomes will be addressed.

College/Department: College of Nursing Health Professions
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: RSCH 519 [Min Grade: B] and NURS 716 [Min Grade: B] and NURS 706 [Min Grade: B] and NURS 718 [Min Grade: B]

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