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HEALTH INFORMATICS PROGRAM Copyright © 2013 HI at GMU Web: hi.gmu.edu Health Informatics at George Mason University May 23, 2013 Presented by Dr. Janusz Wojtusiak Assistant Professor and Program Coordinator email@example.com
HEALTH INFORMATICS PROGRAM Copyright © 2013 HI at GMU Web: hi.gmu.edu George Mason University Public University in Virginia New President Dr. Ángel Cabrera Over 32,000 Students Over 2,600 Faculty Members 178 Majors 13 Colleges 3 Campuses (Fairfax, Arlington, Prince William)
HEALTH INFORMATICS PROGRAM Copyright © 2013 HI at GMU Web: hi.gmu.edu College of Health and Human Services Dean: Dr. Thomas Prohaska Over 5,000 Students 6 Departments School of Nursing Goals and Objectives Through the integration of research and education, the College of Health and Human Services prepares students to be leaders in their professions, organizations, and communities.
HEALTH INFORMATICS PROGRAM Copyright © 2013 HI at GMU Web: hi.gmu.edu Dean CHHS Assoc Dean Budget and Planning Associate Dean Research & Program Evaluation Senior Associate Dean Academic Affairs Director CHPRE Assistant Dean Student Affairs Associate Dean CHHS and Director School of Nursing Chair, Health Admin & Policy Chair, Global & Community Health Chair, Social Work HAP Faculty GCH FacultySW Faculty Director of Development Assistant Dean Undergraduate Division Assistant Dean Doctoral Studies Division Assistant Dean Master’s/ Post Master’s Division Director of Operations and Budget Director CCID Director DSHI Assoc Director Alum Outreach/ Publications Assistant Dean Academic Outreach Chair, Nutrition & Food Studies NFS Faculty Chair, Rehabilitation Science RS Faculty
HEALTH INFORMATICS PROGRAM Copyright © 2013 HI at GMU Web: hi.gmu.edu Department of Health Administration and Policy (HAP) Education: Prepare aspiring professionals to work as administrators, managers, informatics specialists and policy analysts across healthcare policy and health and human service delivery systems. Research: Contribute to basic and applied knowledge on effective health administration, organization, regulation and financing of public and private health care systems. Innovation: Foster managerial and technical innovation, quality improvement and public accountability.
HEALTH INFORMATICS PROGRAM Copyright © 2013 HI at GMU Web: hi.gmu.edu Health Administration and Policy Health Administration Master of Health Administration (MHA), Health Systems Management Executive Management Physician Practice Management Risk Management & Patient Safety Graduate Certificates Physician Practice Management Public Health Leadership & Magmt. Quality Improvement and Outcomes Management Bachelor of Science, Health Administration, Health Systems Management Concentration Health Informatics Master of Health Informatics Graduate Certificate in Health Informatics Bachelor of Science, Health Administration, Health Informatics Concentration Undergraduate Minor in Health Information Technology Health Policy Master of Science in Health and Medical Policy Graduate Certificate in Health Policy Health and Social Policy Undergraduate Minor Senior Housing Administration
HEALTH INFORMATICS PROGRAM Copyright © 2013 HI at GMU Web: hi.gmu.edu GMU Health Informatics program is offered in the Department of Health Administration and Policy, in collaboration with the Volgenau School of Engineering.
HEALTH INFORMATICS PROGRAM Copyright © 2013 HI at GMU Web: hi.gmu.edu Main HI Faculty Farrokh Alemi, PhD (adjunct) Phan Giang, PhD, graduate adviser Hamid Jalal (adjunct) Hua Min, MD, PhD, undergraduate adviser Priya Nambisan, PhD, graduate adviser Syed Tirmizi, MD (adjunct) Sorina Madison, PhD (adjunct) Janusz Wojtusiak, PhD, Coordinator and graduate adviser
HEALTH INFORMATICS PROGRAM Copyright © 2013 HI at GMU Web: hi.gmu.edu o Collaboration between HAP & VSE o Prepares future health information systems specialists, managers, and consultants o 34-36 Total Credit Hours for M.S. o 15-18 Total Credit Hours for Certificate o Two certificate tracks: general HI and BIG DATA Health Informatics, M.S. and Graduate Certificate chhs.gmu.edu/hap/ms-hi.html
HEALTH INFORMATICS PROGRAM Copyright © 2013 HI at GMU Web: hi.gmu.edu o Covers electronic information system management, data integrity & healthcare databases o Prepares future information specialists in a variety of health care organizations o Part of STEM+H o 120 Total Credit Hours for B.S. o 18 Total Credit Hours for Minor Health Informatics, B.S. Concentration and Minor chhs.gmu.edu/hap/bs-ha-hi.html
HEALTH INFORMATICS PROGRAM Copyright © 2013 HI at GMU Web: hi.gmu.edu Health Informatics, B.S. Concentration chhs.gmu.edu/hap/bs-ha-hi.html General education (50 credits) Written Communication, Oral Communication, Quantitative Reasoning, Information Technology, Literature, Arts, Natural Science, Western Civilization, Global Understanding, Social Science, Survey of Accounting, Health Professions Careers, Medical Terminology Health informatics concentration (70 credits) Introduction to Public Health, Health Care Delivery in the United States, Healthcare Ethics, Healthcare Law, Introduction to Health Information Systems, Health Databases, Human Resources Management in Healthcare, Process Improvement in Healthcare Organizations, Introduction to Health Services Research, Health Data Standards, Information Technology Project Management, Internet and Web Technology Applications for Healthcare, Privacy and Security in Health Informatics, Integration of Professional Skills and Issues, Pre-Internship Seminar, Health Administration Internship, CHHS Electives, General Electives
HEALTH INFORMATICS PROGRAM Copyright © 2013 HI at GMU Web: hi.gmu.edu Research Collaboration and Support Health Informatics Learning Lab (HILL) Center for Health Policy Research and Ethics (CHPRE) Machine Learning and Inference Laboratory (MLI) Center for Discovery Science and Health Informatics (DSHI) Center for Health Information Technology
HEALTH INFORMATICS PROGRAM Copyright © 2013 HI at GMU Web: hi.gmu.edu Health Informatics Research o Decision Support o Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning o Natural Language Processing o Electronic Medical Records o Personal Health Records o Online Health Communities o Health Terminologies and Ontologies o Health Data Standards and Information Exchange o Privacy and Security o Healthcare Data Mining and Data Warehouses
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HEALTH INFORMATICS PROGRAM Copyright © 2013 HI at GMU Web: hi.gmu.edu Contact Information Valerie Bartush Manager HAP Department firstname.lastname@example.org Dr. Hua Min Assistant Professor Undergraduate Advisor email@example.com CHHS Admission Office 703-993-1901 chhs.gmu.edu/admissions Dr. Janusz Wojtusiak Assistant Professor HI Program Coordinator firstname.lastname@example.org hap.gmu.edu hi.gmu.edu
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