To address the increasing and evolving demands hospitals place on senior health information technology professionals, Harvard School of Public Health developed Leadership Strategies for Information Technology in Health Care. This executive program will help providers implement, adopt and meaningfully use health information technology to improve health care quality, safety, and cost-efficiency.
This course covers the full range of topics senior leaders in health IT need to be aware of, including strategy and governance, implementation of electronic health records, clinical informatics, and the interplay between clinical professionals and health information technology. In this executive-level program, you will:
- Improve your ability to increase quality, decrease costs, and advance patient safety through health information technology;
- Enhance your health IT leadership skills, focusing on strategies and tactics to effect positive change;
- Engage with expert faculty and industry executives, gaining practical skills and learning best practices; and
Develop your organization’s health IT strategic vision, proactively addressing challenges posed by the changing health care landscape.