University of Pittsburgh

2015

Course Title: 
Foundations of Clinical and Public Health Informatics (BIOINF 2011, HRS 2429)
Credits: 
3
Description: 

A survey of fundamental concepts and activities on information technology applied to health care. Topics include computer-based medical records, knowledge-based systems, telehealth, decision theory and decision support, human-computer interfaces, systems integration, the digital library, and educational applications. Department-specific applications such as pathology, radiology, psychiatry and intensive care are also discussed.

Prerequisites: 
none
Recitations: 
90 minutes each week
Expected Class Size: 
15-20 students
Frequency: 
This course is usually offered in the fall term.
Fall 2014, Fall 2015, Fall 2016, Fall 2017

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