HC 4630 - Healthcare Data Mining, Integration, and Interpretation
This course explores available public healthcare data sets and dissects how to mine them. A next step is to create value by mapping relationships between data points and workflows. This process determines the level of integration of disparate data sources and is explored through the 4P perspectives. This framework is generated from the natural flow of healthcare delivery starting with the patient, moving to the provider, progressing on to the payer, and evolving into population health. Once the data sources are integrated, the focus becomes how to turn this data to into information, knowledge, and finally insight. This course wraps up by exploring both business and research options for interpreting data through visualizations and predictive analytics. Prerequisites: HC 4600 for certificate students, OR HC 4600 (or Academic Director approval) for concentration students.
NOTE: This course is not offered this term. Please refer to the annual schedule for Healthcare Leadership to see the next time this course is offered.