Marymount University

Undergraduate Catalog 2014-15

HIM 101 Fundamentals of Health Information Management, Part I

Introduces the profession of health information management, including the concepts of informatics and information management applied to the health care industry. It focuses on the development of health information systems from the perspective of individual patients and addresses the development of personally identifiable health information and the basic concepts of managing health records (manual and computerized). It also covers the aggregation of patient-specific data and information for analysis, statistics, and research, as well as clinical and administrative decision making. Finally, it introduces the use of comprehensive data in health care and introduces statistical and research methodologies. (1)

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