Learn to Navigate the Rapidly Changing Environment of Healthcare Information Technology
Shenandoah University and Inova are partnering to offer a certificate in health information technology for healthcare professionals like you.
Technology is being implemented across the continuum of healthcare to improve quality of care, reduce costs and increase patient safety. The healthcare information technology certificate prepares you to participate in informatics initiatives at your institution by demystifying the world of healthcare informatics.
Topics covered in the certificate program include:
- Clinical decision support
- Legal and regulatory aspects of Health Information Technology (HIT)
- Introduction to data and data analysis
- Project management for the clinician
- System selection, modification and implementation
- Health information exchange
- HIT enabled population health management
Our all-online program is designed for busy clinicians already practicing in healthcare. We can help you gain the knowledge and confidence needed to participate in the healthcare information technology revolution at your practice site. The 10 course modules will provide physicians, pharmacists, dietitians, and nurses with continuing education credits and the certificate will be awarded upon program completion.
The Bernard J. Dunn School of Pharmacy recruits faculty who are accomplished teachers, researchers, and clinicians.
You’ll enjoy close relationships with faculty who are caring, accessible and dedicated to preparing you for your role as pharmacist. During your first semester, you’ll partner with your own faculty adviser who will provide you with guidance for the duration of the program. While our faculty is actively engaged in research and scholarship, your education remains their number one priority.
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Contact Stephanie Clark for application information for this program at firstname.lastname@example.org.