DNP 916 - Healthcare Informatics and Data Analytics

The increasing role that technology plays in health care and the adoption of electronic health records require clinical practitioners and leaders to have the necessary knowledge and skills to work effectively in a data-rich environment. Designed from a clinical perspective, the course will cover concepts of health informatics and related technology utilized in a health care setting. Additionally, the course is designed to prepare students with the skills and knowledge in health care analytics as well as tools to perform data analysis. The knowledge and skills gained from the course will support clinical practitioners and leaders to improve the quality of health care, clinical outcomes, patient safety, patient satisfaction and evidence-based practices

Semester hours: 3.0

Co-requisites:

  • GR 798 - Essentials of Scholarly Writing

Last updated: 04/05/2022