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Harvard School of Public Health
Leadership Strategies for Information Technology in Health Care
As the health care industry continues to evolve, the need to leverage health information technology to drive business goals has never been greater. This program, comprised of four modules, provides health care leaders with the knowledge necessary to effectively design, develop, and deploy health information technology (HIT).
Along with government policy initiatives, the economic landscape is driving an immediate need for health care organizations to improve efficiency and reduce costs, while maintaining a sharp focus on quality and patient reported outcomes. Hospitals and health systems must leverage health information technology to improve these outcomes.
The modules in this series are designed specifically for professionals and executives with technology responsibilities from diverse sectors of health care seeking to improve their organization’s health IT strategy and improve IT results.
Who Should Participate:
Senior-level professionals and executives with technology responsibilities from various avenues of the health care industry, including the following roles and domains:
- Senior management with primary or secondary responsibilities in information technology
- Directors and managers of information technology
- Medical directors
- IT project managers
- Clinical or administrative stakeholders
- Biomedical and clinical informatics
- Business operations
- Clinical research
- Data, knowledge, and applications management
- Information systems, services, and technology
- Medical management
- Practice management
- Quality and safety
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Senior management with primary or secondary responsibilities in information technology
Directors and managers of information technology
IT project managers
Clinical or administrative stakeholders
Biomedical and clinical informatics
Data, knowledge, and applications management
Information systems, services, and technology
Quality and safety
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