LEARNING TO MANAGE HEALTH INFORMATION

13/09/99


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LEARNING TO MANAGE HEALTH INFORMATION

Health informatics (HI) is the term used to describe the science of information management in health care and its application to support clinical research, decision making and practice.

Purpose To establish and document the core elements of a generic framework for the health informatics component of clinical education.

WHY? (Retrospectively)

WHY? (Prospectively)

National Electronic Library for Health Colloquium on Patients and the Public Interest 21/04/99

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Key Points

Each Component is accompanied by: Key Points for Good Practice: Derived from professional standards and available literature and research. Expectations for Learning: Indicate important examples of what health care professionals should expect to be covered.

Communication

Knowledge Management

Data Quality and Management

Confidentiality and Security

Secondary Uses of Clinical Data and Information

Clinical and Service Audit

Working Clinical Systems

Telemedicine and Telecare

Basic Computing Skills

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Author: Post Graduate Medicine

Home Page: http://www.dis.port.ac.uk/hcc/sihi/sihi99.htm