This course will provide students with knowledge and understanding of the collection, computation, compilation and presentation of internal and external reporting of statistical healthcare information in the following four categories: administrative, quality, utilization and financial. Topics include the use and application of statistics in healthcare; commonly used healthcare utilization statistical computations; vital statistics; uniform reporting requirements; health information indices; databases and disease registries; Institutional Review Board processes and knowledge-based research methods.
Prerequisites: BSC 2093C, BSC 2094C, CGS 2100C, CGS 2545C, ENC 1101, HIM 1000, HIM 2012, HIM 2211C, HIM 2272, HIM 2253C, HIM 2510, HIM 2940, HSC 1149, INP 2002, STA 2023 with grades of "C" or higher. Corequisites: HIM 2283C, HIM 2512, HIM 2943.
Terms Offered: Summer
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