MHI Course Descriptions
Alberto Odor, M.D.
Associate Adjunct Professor
Betty Irene School of Nursing, Health Informatics Graduate Program
Course description: Introduction and overview of computer-based clinical record systems. Topics include data modeling, health system standards and terminologies; security, privacy and confidentiality; workflow modeling; data visualization; legal; decision support; public health; and evidence-based practice.
Course description: The course examines the nature, acquisition, and analysis of medical data. Such data ranges from signals of electrical potentials, sounds, text, images (still and motion), and data from nucleic acid and protein expression and sequencing instruments.
Michael Hogarth, M.D.
Chair, Health Informatics Graduate Group
Professor, Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine
Professor, Department of Internal Medicine
Director, Pathology Informatics, Dept. of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine
Course description: Overview course to give the student a broad exposure to the field of Health Informatics. Topics covered include, but are not limited to, networking, information systems, coding, HL7, Security,and HIPAA.
F, W, S
Richard Levenson, M.D.
Professor and Vice Chair for Strategic Technologies
Department of Pathology & Laboratory Medicine
Course description: Monthly seminar covering research and evaluation methods, core concepts in health informatics, and classic and current informatics literature review. Includes monthly seminar featuring the latest informatics research by local, national, and international informatics professionals.
F, W, S, Su
Units: 1 - 12
Instructor: Health Informatics Faculty
Course description: Research in Health Informatics.
Courses are offered quarterly
F = Fall, W = Winter, S = Spring, Su = Summer