ACT Health IT: Health Information Technology (HIT) Training for Healthcare Professionals
Normandale Community College, an Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology grantee in Minnesota, is offering online, no-cost Health Information Technology training courses for healthcare professionals that are designed to help prepare for the transition to value driven care; enhance skills to work more efficiently; and build teams to improve care delivery, quality, and support.
Certificate tracks will be available in:
Healthcare Data Analytics:
- Understanding Healthcare Data Analytics (8 hours)
- Clinical Data Analytics and the Learning Health System (9 hours)
- Population Health Policy (8 hours)
- Population Health Data Analytics (9 hours)
- Population Health Interventions (11 hours)
Value-based Care (VBC):
- The Business of Value-based Healthcare (8 hours)
- Applications of VBC: Patient Care, Quality & Engagement (7 hours)
- Contracts & Payments (2 hours)
Additional courses will be developed in the areas of care management, interoperability, and others.
Training is completely online. Participants will have a two-week training date range to complete coursework. Learning coaches are available in some courses to answer questions.
Trainees must be working in healthcare or for a healthcare-related organization. Individuals, departments, or entire organizations may participate.
The training is available free of charge through May 2017 as part of a grant from the Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT (ONC).
There is a $45 fee to obtain CME credit.
Links to course descriptions, course date ranges, and registration steps are available on the program website.
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