This component covers fundamentals of selection, installation and maintenance of typical Electronic Health Records (EHR) systems. Students will be introduced to the principles underlying system configuration including basic hardware and software components, principles of system selection, planning, testing, troubleshooting, and final deployment.  System security and procedures will also be introduced in this component.

This course contains 16 online lectures and will take about 20 hours to complete.

This course was authored by Duke University and funded by the Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT -  see credits for more details.

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  • hello do we get certified at after course completion?
  • Hi,

    I want to know if there is an exam after doing one of the selected the free course? for example Installation and Maintenance of Health IT Systems.?
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e-Seminar

Careers in Health Informatics

Dr Chris Paton
BMBS BMedSci, MBA, FACHI, FFCI

This e-Seminar will cover how to develop your career in Health Informatics.

Speaker:

The seminar is hosted by Dr Chris Paton, a digital health researcher at Oxford University and Editor of the Health Informatics Forum. He is a Fellow of the Australasian College of Health Informatics and the UK Faculty of Clinical Informatics and worked as a medical doctor in the NHS and New Zealand before specialising in Clinical Informatics research at Oxford University. Dr Paton is Associate Editor for Sage Digital Health and BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making journals.

Tuesday 11th December 2018

7-8pm GMT, 2-3pm EST

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