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Beginner Level

Beginner Level

Hours to complete

Approx. 13 hours to complete

Suggested: 5 hours/week...
Available languages

English

Subtitles: English

Skills you will gain

Health InformaticsValue-Based PricingCommunicationManagement
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Beginner Level

Beginner Level

Hours to complete

Approx. 13 hours to complete

Suggested: 5 hours/week...
Available languages

English

Subtitles: English

Syllabus - What you will learn from this course

Week
1
Hours to complete
20 minutes to complete

Course and Case Introduction

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Reading
1 video (Total 5 min), 1 reading
Reading1 reading
Introduction to the Course Structure10m
Hours to complete
2 hours to complete

Mr. Osner Santana Goes to the ED

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Reading
5 videos (Total 28 min), 4 readings, 4 quizzes
Video5 videos
Population Health Management and Health IT0
Benefits of Healthcare Interoperability17m
Barriers to Interoperable Health IT0
National Strategy for Health Interoperability10m
Reading4 readings
Arrival at the Emergency Department10m
Now back to the case!10m
Resources and IT Systems at Hamilton Hospital10m
End of Case Part 110m
Quiz4 practice exercises
What Do You Think? (#1)2m
Population Health and the Application of Health IT20m
What Do You Think? (#2)2m
Overview of Interoperable Health IT20m
Week
2
Hours to complete
3 hours to complete

Mr. Osner Santana Waits to Be Seen

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Reading
3 videos (Total 83 min), 3 readings, 4 quizzes
Video3 videos
Introduction to Care Management24m
Care Delivery Challenges and Solutions28m
Reading3 readings
Health IT and Informatics for Value-Based Care10m
Taking Care and Vitals of the Patient10m
End of Case Part 210m
Quiz4 practice exercises
What Do You Think? (#3)2m
Introduction to Value-Based Care20m
What Do You Think? (#4)2m
Care Management20m
Week
3
Hours to complete
3 hours to complete

Mr. Osner Santana Meets Dr. Jefferson (Part 1)

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Reading
10 videos (Total 109 min), 3 readings, 6 quizzes
Video10 videos
Care Coordination Models11m
Long-Term Care Coordination14m
Multidisciplinary Care Planning10m
Transformation Planning9m
Evidence-Based Clinical Practice11m
Introduction to Patient Engagement and Participation0
Introduction to Mobile Health Technologies11m
mHealth Data6m
Introduction to Telehealth13m
Reading3 readings
Change in Nursing Shift10m
Decision Point 5: Transition to Case10m
The ED Visit10m
Quiz6 practice exercises
What Do You Think? (#5)2m
Overview of Care Coordination16m
Team-Based Approach to Care16m
What Do You Think? (#6)2m
Introduction to Patient Engagement and Participation20m
Expanding Access with Technology12m
Week
4
Hours to complete
3 hours to complete

Mr. Osner Santana Meets Dr. Jefferson (Part 2)

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Reading
11 videos (Total 67 min), 5 readings, 5 quizzes
Video11 videos
Accountable Care Organizations23m
ACO Performance0
The Patient-Centered Medical Home0
Overview of Patient-Provider Communication0
Trust and Respectful Interactions0
Informatics Tools to Support Patient-Provider Communication0
Patient-Initiated Information Exchange11m
Patient Preferences for Information Sharing11m
Information-Driven Patient Education12m
Health IT-Supported Communication Between Primary Care Provider and Specialist7m
Reading5 readings
Finding Primary Care for Mr. Santana10m
Decision Point 7: Transition to Case10m
Next Steps for Mr. Santana10m
Decision Point 8: Transition to Case10m
Moving to a Patient-Centered Medical Home10m
Quiz5 practice exercises
What Do You Think? (#7)2m
Healthcare Delivery40m
What Do You Think? (#8)2m
Patient-Provider Communication10m
Supporting Patient-Driven Care Coordination14m
Hours to complete
10 minutes to complete

Completion of HI-FIVE Training (Clinical Perspective)

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Reading
1 reading
Reading1 reading
Evaluation Survey and Next Steps10m
Hours to complete
11 hours to complete

Role-Based Content (OPTIONAL) - Physicians / Nurse Practitioners / Physician Assistants / Clinical Executives / Clinical Managers / Public Health Professionals

This module is optional, but has additional topics that you may be interested based on your role. We encourage you to explore any of these topics and there are also quizzes to test your learning....
Reading
55 videos (Total 429 min), 1 reading, 19 quizzes
Video55 videos
Applying Health IT to Improve Population Health at the Community Level: Two Case Studies of Population Health Informatics0
Structural "Accountable" Care Approaches for Target Populations: Accountable Care Movement0
Structural "Accountable" Care Approaches for Target Population: Population-Based Care Management0
Structural "Accountable" Care Approaches for Target Population: The Business of Population Health0
Implications of Policy, Finance, and Business on Population Health: Introduction to Finance0
Implications of Policy, Finance, and Business on Population Health: Federal Policies Financing Policies0
Implications of Policy, Finance, and Business on Population Health: States' and Employers' Financing Policies0
Implications of Policy, Finance, and Business on Population Health: Providers and Accrediting Bodies0
Population Health IT and Data Systems: Data Types-Overview and Demographics0
Population Health IT and Data Systems: Data Types-Diagnoses and Medications0
Population Health IT and Data Systems: Surveys, Utilization, and Groupers0
Population Health IT and Data Systems: Emerging Data Types-Clinical Data and Patient-Generated Data0
Population Health IT and Data Systems: Data Types-Insurance, EHR, and Registries0
Population Health IT and Data Systems: Data Sources for Population Health0
Population Health IT and Data Systems: Data Management in Population Health-Challenges and Opportunities0
Identifying Risk and Segmenting Populations: Risk and Its Measurement in Population Health0
Identifying Risk and Segmenting Populations: Predictive Models0
Identifying Risk and Segmenting Populations: Risk and Predictive Model Case Study0
Population Health Management Interventions: Prioritizing Population Health0
Population Health Management Interventions: Intervention Strategies0
Population Health Management Interventions: Implementing Population Health Interventions0
Policy and Interoperable Health IT: Overview14m
Policy and Interoperable Health IT: Meaningful Use, ONC Certification, and Interoperability (Part 1)18m
Policy and Interoperable Health IT: Meaningful Use, ONC Certification, and Interoperability (Part 2)28m
Policy and Interoperable Health IT: Assessing and Leveraging Meaningful Use and ONC Certification Progress for Interoperability13m
Exchange of Health Information: Introduction0
Exchange of Health Information: Health Information Exchange Organizations0
Exchange of Health Information: Advancing Health Information Exchange through Meaningful Use and Direct0
Exchange of Health Information: Future Directions for Health Information Exchange0
Regulatory Environment: Rationale for Reform0
Regulatory Environment: The Affordable Care Act0
Regulatory Environment: Other Regulations0
Value-Based Quality and Safety: Overview17m
Value-Based Quality and Safety: Measurement of Value-Based Care20m
Value-Based Quality and Safety: Reporting Quality Performance Measures14m
Value-Based Quality and Safety: Patient Experience14m
Value-Based Quality and Safety: Process Improvement16m
Outcomes and Reimbursements: Foundations31m
Outcomes and Reimbursements: Consumer Understanding of Quality and Cost31m
Contracts and Payments: Overview29m
Secondary Use of Clinical Data: Opportunities7m
Secondary Use of Clinical Data: Limitations and Challenges8m
Communicating Data Analysis Results: Communication and Visualization14m
Data Analytics in Clinical Settings: Measurement Issues-Current State21m
Data Analytics in Clinical Settings: Measurement Issues-Tools, Approaches, and Governance17m
Data Analytics in Clinical Settings: Population Management and Value-Based Care13m
Activated Patients: Do-It-Yourself Medicine20m
Activated Patients: The Quantified Self and mHealth0
Communicating Health Risk: Overview7m
Communicating Health Risk: Evidence-Based Methods18m
Shared Decision-Making: Introduction16m
Shared Decision-Making: Patient Decision Aids14m
Precision Medicine: Part 117m
Precision Medicine: Part 20
Reading1 reading
Structure of Optional Content10m
Quiz19 practice exercises
Applying Health IT to Improve Population Health at the Community Level12m
Structural "Accountable" Care Approaches for Target Population12m
Implications of Policy, Finance, and Business on Population Health12m
Population Health IT and Data Systems12m
Identifying Risk and Segmenting Populations: Predictive Analytics for Population Health12m
Population Health Management Interventions12m
Policy and Interoperable Health IT20m
Exchange of Health Information10m
Regulatory Environment12m
Value-Based Quality and Safety10m
Outcomes and Reimbursements12m
Contracts and Payments12m
Secondary Use of Clinical Data12m
Communicating Data Analysis Results10m
Data Analytics in Clinical Settings12m
Activated Patients12m
Communicating Health Risk10m
Shared Decision-Making10m
Precision Medicine10m
Hours to complete
4 hours to complete

Role-Based Content (OPTIONAL) - Nurses / Midwives / Medical Assistants / Other Clinical Support

This module is optional, but has additional topics that you may be interested based on your role. We encourage you to explore any of these topics and there are also quizzes to test your learning....
Reading
16 videos (Total 137 min), 1 reading, 7 quizzes
Video16 videos
Identifying Risk and Segmenting Populations: Predictive Analytics for Population Health-Predictive Models0
Identifying Risk and Segmenting Populations: Predictive Analytics for Population Health-Risk and Predictive Model: Case Study0
Engaging Consumers, Providers, and Community in Population Health Programs: PRECEDE-PROCEED Model for Engagement0
Engaging Consumers, Providers, and Community in Population Health Programs: Behavior Change Models0
Engaging Consumers, Providers, and Community in Population Health Programs: Evaluating Behavior Change Interventions0
Engaging Consumers, Providers, and Community in Population Health Programs: Health IT and Health Systems0
Introduction to Healthcare Data Analytics: Overview20m
Introduction to Healthcare Data Analytics: Understanding the Data23m
Working with Data: Tools Used in Data Analytics15m
Activated Patients: Do-It-Yourself Medicine20m
Activated Patients: The Quantified Self and mHealth0
Communicating Health Risk: Overview7m
Communicating Health Risk: Evidence-Based Methods18m
Shared Decision-Making: Introduction16m
Shared Decision-Making: Patient Decision Aids14m
Reading1 reading
Structure of Optional Content10m
Quiz7 practice exercises
Identifying Risk and Segmenting Populations: Predictive Analytics for Population Health12m
Engaging Consumers, Providers, and Community in Population Health Programs10m
Introduction to Health Care Analytics12m
Working with Data10m
Activated Patients12m
Communicating Health Risk10m
Shared Decision-Making10m

Instructor

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Rita Kukafka

Associate Professor
Biomedical Informatics

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