Health Informatics is a relatively new field where computer science intersects with health information science to inform the decision making in healthcare.
What we offer
At the end of this qualification, the graduates would be able to/have skills necessary to:
- Communicate effectively through oral and written academic reports, software documentation and academic writing
- Develop software and be able to store, retrieve, secure, make effective use and share the health information/data
- Integrate the knowledge and skills of computing (especially in data structures, algorithms, mathematics, computer modeling of health data, simulation, experimentation, translation, programming, software engineering, and statistics) in designing effective health care delivery information system, presentation of information, research and monitoring and evaluation.
- Apply the knowledge and skills in information and technology to design, monitor and evaluate economic, ethical, social issues through research so as to address social and behavioral related issues in health care for informed decision making.
Who is this course for?
Our Diploma course is a great fit if you’re:
- Interested in working in a hospital or clinical setting, or a physician’s office.
- In possession of good research, data collection and analytical talents.
- In display of great creative, critical, logical and analytical thinking skills.
- Health Informatics Specialist.
- Clinical Informatics Analyst.
- Health Informatics Consultant.
- Medical Information Officer.
- Health Information Technology Project Officer
- EHR Implementation Officer