Introducing the Mini-HI (Mini Health Informatician) programme

I would like to officially introduce BinaryHealthCare’s signature course – the Mini-HI (Mini Health Informatician).

Often confused as a synonym for Health IT, Health Informatics is a unique discipline on its own right that utilizes Technology (including IT), Communication, Health(Care) to improve the quality and safety of patient care. Best described as “the science, the how and why, behind Health IT”, Health Informatics is a fast growing but often misunderstood field.

Designed to empower participants with the knowledge and understanding of the core body of knowledge essential to Health Informaticians, the Mini-HI is the ‘essence’ derived from the numerous training programs Adam has developed for Companies (solution providers, consulting firms etc.), Health(care) Providers, Professional Societies and Institutes of Higher Learning in the regional over the years.

Mini-HI goes beyond an essential or basic course, which often leaves participants walking away thinking Health Informatics is just “IT in health(care)”, resulting in failed implementations. By Bridging the eHealth Divide among professionals working within and around Health Informatics (which in the modern world – means everyone working in health, healthcare and medicine), empowering participants to communicate and apply the relevant Health Informatics concepts, theories and practices to real-life situations, helping them decide, design, implement and/or adopt Health IT, Information Technology etc. as an enabler to achieve better health outcomes in their facility.

Details of the syllabus and other relevant information can be found at  and we look forward to delivering the Mini-HI in your company, university and country.

Let us bridge the eHealth Divide!


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