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HT2240D - Health Information Management and Supervision - 3 Credits

This course focuses on the principles of supervisory management in the health information environment and provides an overview of general management functions. Staffing, training, performance, and productivity procedures are explored, as well as work processes and policies and procedures design. The application of these functions will be explored in the inpatient, ambulatory, and physician office environments. This course will also provide an overview of quality improvement methodologies and expand on the use of health information and data for utilization review, risk management, and organizational approaches to quality assessment activities. Methods, tools, technologies and processes for analyzing data are examined, to identify and prepare data for health-related purposes. Displays and reports to support quality improvement programs are explored.

Prerequisite: HT2210D (or co-requisite) and HT2230D

Delivery: online