Course Description

This course takes a systems perspective in terms of database management, quality management and utilization management. Database management covers the full spectrum of definitions, data standards in terms of integrity, reliability and consistency, data transforming and cleaning prior to storage, and record linkage. Quality assurance and utilization management topics cover issues such as integrated/managed care with a focus on both process and outcome within an interactive cycle, identification of sentinel events and the development of indicators for measurement. Finally, product analysis and selection, including the RFP (request for proposal) process, will also be addressed.


Prerequisite: CHIM 301

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