MB 850 - Healthcare Information Systems

In this course, students will examine the major information systems and databases used in healthcare organizations, the technologies used for the delivery of healthcare, and the management of those systems and technologies to ensure that privacy and security of information is achieved and maintained. Information systems must be developed and managed to achieve alignment with an organization’s business objectives and strategic mission. Aspects such as the clinical, administrative, and legal requirements for information systems will be studied, along with current healthcare trends that will influence the planning, selection, and implementation of those systems necessary to support those trends. Additionally, students will learn about system interoperability, its associated challenges, and strategies to address those challenges.

Semester hours: 3.0
Lecture hours: 3.0

Last updated: 04/27/2020