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AMIA 10x10 training program in nursing informatics announced‏

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Specializes in Informatics, Oncology, IVT, Home Health. Has 30 years experience.

AMIA is pleased to announce the addition of the University of Minnesota

School of Nursing to AMIA's 10x10 Program

AMIA 10x10 is a course directed to both a generic overview of nursing and health informatics and the specific application of information and communication technologies in the clinical area.

The primary focus is on the analysis, modeling, standardization and development and deployment of theelectronic health record and safe exchange of patient data.

The course examines the implications of informatics for practice, including nursing,public health, and healthcare in general. It will discuss electronic health record issues, relate ethical, legislative and political issues of informatics, and explore global and future informatics issues.

Dr. BonnieWestra, Assistant Professor and Co-Director of the Center for Nursing Minimum Data Set Knowledge

Discovery and will serve as the Director of the University of Minnesota School of Nursing 10x10 offering.

UMN 10x10 OFFERING GOALS

The goal of the AMIA-UMN- School of Nursing 10x10

course is to examine the implications of informatics for practice, including nursing, public health,and healthcare in general.

It will discuss electronic health record issues,relate ethical, legislative and political issues of informatics, and exploreglobal and future informatics issues.

TOPICS COVERED INCLUDE:

* Informatics Competencies/Theories/Framework

* Historical Evaluation/Informatics Roles

* Electronic Health Record (EHR) Mandate

* System Design/Reengineering

* Health Information Systems Life

* Emerging Technologies/Data-Bases

* Healthcare Data Sets/Vocabulary Standards Supporting EHR

* Reference Terminology/EHR Architecture

* Health Information Systems Standards and Evaluations

* Evaluation and Technology Assessment

* Professional and Consumer Resources

Registered students will receive a complimentary one-year AMIA membership,will be eligible for a certificate of completion and can receive ANCC and/or MBN credit.

View the detailed course description and register for this offering at http://www.amia.org/e-learning

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