Course Catalog

IT 225 Health Informatics

Introduces students to major uses of information technology in the health care industry. Studies components of a computer system and major health informatics applications, how a database is organized, and general issues such as consistency, concurrency, back-up, security, integrity, and recovery from failure. Use of Access and introduction to SQL. Teaches how to model health care problems on Excel. Introduction to Electronic Health Records and underlying technologies and standards (XML and UML), Finding and evaluating on-line health information.



Cross Listed Courses



Required MATH-101, MATH-102, or pass Math Competency Exam