Health Information Systems Workflow Management and Training Specialist Certificate
This certification program will provide participants with the knowledge and skills to assist healthcare providers to design workflow and implement electronic health records (EHRs) to meet government standards of meaningful use, quality improvement and reporting. The learner will be prepared to design and deliver training programs to employees in clinical and public health settings to prepare them for EHR implementation.
This program has a departmental admissions requirement.
Note: Changes are pending KBOR approval, see program office with questions.
(Major Code 5170; State CIP Code 51.0706)
|HCIS 230||Introduction to Health Information Systems*||2|
|HCIS 255||Introduction to Information and Computer Science*||2|
|HCIS 271||The Culture of Health Care*||2|
|HCIS 272||Terminology in Health Care Settings*||2|
|HCIS 273||Quality Improvement*||2|
|HCIS Elective (see below)||2|
|HCIS 274||Healthcare Workflow Process Analysis and Redesign*||2|
|HCIS 275||Health Information Systems*||2|
|HCIS 277||Training and Instructional Design*||2|
|HCIS 267||EHR Design, Functionality, and Usability*||3|
|HCIS 261||Networking and Health Information Exchange*||2|
|HCIS 262||Customer Service in the Health Environment*||2|
|HCIS 263||Working with Health Information Technology (HIT) Systems*||2|
|HCIS 270||Health Information Systems Internship*||2|
|HCIS 292||Special Topics:*||1-2|
Total Program Hours: 21