This course presents the fundamental principles, concepts, and technological elements that make up the building blocks of Health Informatics. It introduces the characteristics of data, information, and knowledge in the domain, the common algorithms for health applications, and IT components in representative clinical processes. It presents the conceptual framework for handling biomedical data collection, storage, and optimal use. It covers the concepts of population health and precision medicine and the information systems that support them. It introduces basic principles of knowledge management systems in biomedicine, various aspects of Health Information Technology standards, and IT aspects of clinical process modeling. Students design a simple Health Informatics solution as a term project.
2024SPRGMETCS580 A1, Jan 22nd to Apr 29th 2024
|M||06:00 PM||08:45 PM||CGS||423|
2023FALLMETCS580 O2, Oct 31st to Dec 18th 2023
2023SUM2METCS580SB2, Jul 6th to Aug 15th 2023
|TR||06:00 PM||09:30 PM||CAS||203|
2023SUM2METCS580SO2, Jul 5th to Aug 22nd 2023
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