Post Graduate Diploma in Medical InformaticsGlobal Institute of Health Science
- Post Graduate Diploma
- Distance learning
- Delivery of study materials
- Support service
Frequent Asked Questions
· What are the objectives of this course?
The objective of this program is to expose students to modern health IT, including health data collection, processing and storage and its management. This program primarily focuses on electronic medical data generated and stored in health care and public health organizations.
· Who is it intended for?
Career Options: Health Informatics Consultant Health Informatics Director Nursing Informatics Specialist Chief Medical Information Officer Electronic Medical Record Keeper Healthcare IT Project Manager Clinical Informatics Data Analyst
All Science Graduates, MBBS, BDS, BHMS, BAMS, BPT, BUMS, Pharmacy, Occupational Therapist, Bsc, Msc, Life science, IT Professionals, Medical Laboratory, Nursing, Microbiology, Biomedical, Biotech and all professionals working with Hospitals & Healthcare Organizations.
· What marks this course apart?
The course will help you develop a sound understanding of healthcare and the role that information technology is playing in re-shaping the industry and improving people’s health. It is designed for students with a computing, science, engineering, business or healthcare background, who are keen to develop a career in the growing health technology sector.
· What happens after requesting information?
On receiving your request, an academic officer from the the course will call you to explain everything about the course, including all enrollment procedure for the admission.
What you'll learn on the course
Information Management System
Teachers and trainers (1)
Syllabus for PGD in HEALTH OR MEDICAL INFORMATICS
Section -1 Healthcare Industry (MRD Management)
Section -2 IT – DATA MANAGEMENT
Section -3 Health Informatics (MRD)
Chapter -1 Health Informatics
Chapter -2 Medical Record Science and Technology
Chapter -3 MRD Benefits & Risks
Clinical IT Benefits & Risks
Chapter -4 Clinical Decision Support System
Chapter -5 HL 7
Chapter -6 PACS
Chapter -7 DICOM
Chapter -8 ICD 10 (Coding)
Chapter -9 NHII
Chapter -10 CERNER (Optional)
Chapter –11 Medical Terminology
Chapter – 12 Medical Ethics Related to MRD
Chapter -12 Future Healthcare
SUB DETAILS TOPICS
What is Medical Informatics?
What Medical Informatics is not!
Why Medical Informatics?
The Goals of Medical Informatics
Why computers in healthcare?
Bedeviling Issues in Medical Informatics – why are we 20 years behind?
”Who’s going to pay for it?”
”Who’s going to use it?”
”Who’s going to set the standards?”
A Brief History of Medical Informatics
A Taxonomy of Medical Informatics
The Organization (or lack of same) of Medicine
Systems Design Considerations for the Clinical User
Standards in medical informatics
The Organization of Health Information
The Paper-based Medical Record
The Electronic Medical Record
Health Information Systems in Clinical Settings
Hospital Information Systems
Clinic Information Systems
Laboratory Information Systems
Radiology Information Systems
Pharmacy Information Systems
Issues with The Electronic Medical Record
Impact on quality
Systems in Public Health:
Chronic Disease Management
”Connectivity” Creating a Virtual Healthcare Delivery System:
Information for the Physician
Information for the Patient.
Systems for Health Finance & Health Insurance:
Methods of Payment
Managed Care, err, Managed Costs
In the developing world
In the developed world
How International Health Agencies work
Issues in Telemedicine:
Systems for Clinical Decision Making
Artificial Intelligence in Medicine
Expert Systems in Medicine
Bioinformatics and the Genome Project
Measuring Quality and Outcomes
Peer Review “Report Cards”
The Personal Health Record
Smarte Cards, Wireless, RFID and all sorts of gizmos
ETHICAL AND POLITICAL ISSUES
Accessibility v. Confidentiality
Equity & Equality
Health as a Human Right
CONCLUSION AND REVIEW
Achievements for this centre
Health Informatics Consultant
Health Informatics Director
Nursing Informatics Specialist
Chief Medical Information Officer
Electronic Medical Record Keeper
Healthcare IT Project Manager
Clinical Informatics Data Analyst Eligibility: All Science Graduates, MBBS, BDS, BHMS, BAMS, BPT, BUMS, Pharmacy, Occupational Therapist, Bsc, Msc, Life science, IT Professionals, Medical Laboratory, Nursing, Microbiology, Biomedical, Biotech and all professionals working with Hospitals & Healthcare Organizations. Mode or Methodology: Online & Distance Learning Examination: Online & Distance Exams (MCQ / Theoretical) / Projects Placement Assurance: Successful candidates would get the placement support. CVs of successful candidates would be forwarded to various Organizations. Certification: GIHS Certificate would be awarded to only successful candidates.