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Current as of April 4, 2019

Leadership Strategies for Information Technology in Health Care

https://www.hsph.harvard.edu/ecpe/programs/leadership-strategies-for-information-technology-in-health-care/

Background

Sponsor Type:

Academic

Origin/Sponsor:

Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health

Reach:

National

Pre-Training

Pre-requisites:

No

Content

Evidence Based:

Yes

Evidence:

Content Areas:

Audit and Feedback; Continuous Quality Improvement; Benchmarking; Leadership Skills; Clinical Information Systems; Error Reporting

Clinical Area:

Medicine

Program Description/Program Objectives:

This program will provide participants with the knowledge and tools to transform health care with health information technology.

Learning Objectives

  • Gain an in-depth knowledge of the changing health care landscape and the impact it will have on IT spending
  • Build a high level of confidence in understanding IT tools, processes, and methodologies
  • Develop an understanding of the challenges and complexities in extending the EHR into telemedicine, patient-centered technologies, and population management
  • Recognize the value of continuous experimentation and innovation in health IT as an enabler for continuous quality improvement

Organizational Needs Assessment:

No

Cultural Readiness Assessment:

No

In-Service Delivery Option:

No

Design and Delivery

Training Delivered By:

Multidisciplinary

Program Focus:

Mode of Delivery:

Classroom Instruction, Web-based training

Instructional Strategy:

Instructional Model:

Target Audience:

Health Care Executives and Administration, Health Care Providers

Setting of Care:

Implementation

Length of Program:

Credit Hours:

Yes

Certification:

No

Per Person Cost:

$4,200

Post-Training

Vendor-Provided Evaluation:

Available Evaluation Measures:

Current as of April 4, 2019

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