*Custom Designed Health Informatics Short Courses

 

What is informatics?  How is HIPPA applied in the clinical setting?   What is Meaningful Use?  What are the challenges of implementing a computerized physician order entry (CPOE)?

Does your organization need answers to these questions? Do your employees have other questions about EHRs, HIT workforce roles, or data mining?

DCHI now offers a Health Informatics Short Course to interested organizations.  Organizations can pick from 22 currently offered courses to customize a program best suited to the organization’s actual needs and focus.  Instructors are Duke Faculty members and subject matter experts.  Anywhere from 1 to 5 days in length, the course can be held on Duke’s campus, or arrangements can be made to provide the course at another site.

With over 40 years of experience in this field, Dr. Ed Hammond, PhD, director of the Duke Center for Health Informatics, leads this course. Working with organization representatives, Dr. Hammond, along with DCHI staff, will tailor the course to meet the needs and interests of the attendees.

Please contact healthinform@dm.duke.edu for additional information.