Health Information Technology Foundations for Rural Health Clinics & Community Health Centers
This 8-week, 40-hour Health IT training program is designed for clinical and non-clinical staff in varied roles at rural health clinics and community health centers. The training focuses on the skills and knowledge needed to advance health IT initiatives and meet Meaningful Use criteria. Though originally designed as online, cohort-based (a group that begins and completes training together), and instructor-led, the program can be adapted for any instructional format. This program was developed with instructional resources from the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology. This project was funded by the Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT U.S. Department of Health and Human Services ARRA Grant # 90CC07701 This material is freely available for use by others as stipulated under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 License.
- Module 1: Introduction to Health IT and Evidence-Based Medicine
- Module 2: Clinical Decision Support Systems and Meaningful Use
- Module 3: Healthcare Workflow Analysis and Redesign – Part I
- Module 4: Healthcare Workflow Analysis and Redesign – Part II
- Module 5: Quality Improvement – Part I
- Module 6: Quality Improvement – Part II
- Module 7: Project Management
- Module 8: Application of Concepts
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