As some of you folks may know, I love teaching and would try to do it as often as I can, for both Institutes of Higher Learning and companies/organisations (both health and solution providers).
Some of you folks might also know that I served as a committee member of the CPHIMS Technical Committee (the committee that administers the actual CPHIMS program and designs the exam) for a couple of years.
A few of you may be aware that I also serve as an external consultant to HIMSS Analytics Asia Pacific and Middle East for EMRAM related activities (assessment and consulting).
So it may come as no surprise that I developed an Executive Certificate in Health Informatics for HIMSS Analytics Asia Pacific – Training and HIMSS Analytics Middle East – Training.
The course aims to empower participants with the knowledge to improved care and operational efficiency through effective adoption of Health Informatics and examines the various types of Health Information Systems, Supporting Technologies, Interoperability Standards, and their roles in the healthcare eco-system.
Upon completion, participants will obtain an overview of how hospitals can adopt and manage these technologies effectively to achieve a paperless environment. Strategies to utilize workflow re-engineering will also be discussed with the purpose to improve the quality of care though clinical decision support rules, alerts, and protocols at the point of care.
More importantly, participants will;
- Be able to lead their hospitals in achieving Stage 6 of the EMRAM SM
- Achieve an appreciation on Stage 7 of the EMRAM SM
In addition, while this course is not designed to be a Certified Professional in Healthcare Information & Management Systems (CPHIMS) preparation course, the knowledge content includes all nine domains of the CPHIMS and will increase participant’s preparedness for the CPHIMS exam.
The full curriculum can be accessed either via HIMSS Analytics Asia Pacific – Training or HIMSS Analytics Middle East – Training.so I am not going to repost it here.
Interested in enrolling? Drop me a note here 🙂