Loading...
Special offer
Health Information Systems Usage
DIGI030
|
Intermediate
Last update: 11.11.2021
What this course about?

ICDL Health addresses the growing importance of, and dependence on, health informatics systems (HIS). The appropriate use of HIS enables health systems to be more effective, efficient and evidence based.

ICDL Health provides a framework of the skills and knowledge needed by a health professional or support worker in order to operate a HIS safely and securely. Electronic health records are an important and growing feature of modern healthcare systems. ICDL Health reinforces existing education and validates the understanding of digital patient records concepts.

Developed in co-operation with an international expert group of health informatics professionals, ICDL Health addresses the general learning outcomes identified by the International Medical Informatics Association (IMIA) with regard to the appropriate and secure use of health informatics systems.

🌐 Who is this course for?
This module is aimed at users of patient data systems, such as doctors, nurses and healthcare support staff. It defines the skills necessary for staff to operate a health information system1 (HIS) efficiently and securely. It recognises the importance of educating and empowering the end user at all levels and for all professions. It builds on and complements professional education and practice principles, and generic ICT skills, to cover the increasingly important area where computer systems used in the health sector may challenge both established professional practice and good data management.
📋 Pre-course requirements
  • Знания в области здравоохранения
What will you learn?
  • On completion of this module the candidate will be able to:
  • Understand the key features of a Health Information System (HIS).
  • Use a HIS safely and efficiently.
  • Understand the ethics, rules, and regulations relating to HIS.
  • Understand confidentiality, security, and access control when using a HIS.
  • Understand and interpret electronically recorded data.
Course outline
  • 1.1 Healthcare Information Systems (HIS)
    Define a Healthcare Information System (HIS) as a system for holding and updating patient-related information and records, clinically as well as administratively oriented.
    Understand that a HIS may be made up of patient, personal or population records.
    Understand that electronic health records provide for history, diagnosis, documentation and management plans with respect to individual patients, and testing and procedures that result from these plans.
    Understand the relationship between population records and personal health records.
    Appreciate some of the benefits of Healthcare delivery through a HIS such as more reliable, timely information leading to better patient care.
  • 1.2 HIS Types
    Understand that HIS are made up of different parts such as: Electronic Health Record, ordering, imaging, prescribing and laboratory systems, PACS, Ultrasound, results-based, decision-support, multimedia and billing where appropriate.
    Describe some of the key qualities of a HIS such as: accessible, reliable, rapid access, shared view, up-to-date, accurate, provides for a continuum of care, efficient, and incorporates some important safety features.
    Identify or know about some of the functions or tools of HIS such as: booking appointments and scheduling, transmission of outputs / results, updating of patient records, giving prescriptions, home healthcare via the Internet.
    Appreciate some of the potential constraints of using a HIS such as: a change in the Healthcare Professional / Patient relationship, loss of subtlety in language and data entry, loss of context of the data capture, ease of use of the patient record.
    Understand that a HIS supports but does not replace clinical judgment.
    Understand different kinds of HIS such as: office /department based, local facility based, regionally based, nationally, or internationally based.
    Understand the implication reliability, security, authorization to view data from your own authorized source rather than an external source.
    Understand different types of HIS such as: legacy / computer-based / distributed records
  • 2.1 Confidentiality
    Describe the healthcare worker’s responsibilities in relation to patient confidentiality within a HIS: access only to patient information when necessary; access only to items that are need-to-know; access only to information that is right-to-know, awareness of concept of personal accountability.
    Understand the patient’s right of (implied or explicit), issues such as sensitivity in dealing with patient data in relation to family members and others. Appreciate patient right not-to-know issues.
    Understand that local legislation gives patients the right to review and amend their own records.2
    Recognise the distinction that system access does not imply authorization to view or use.
    Understand national requirements in terms of public reporting and management of patient specific data / rules and constraints, public health, notifiable diseases.
    Understand that there are certain confidentiality risks associated with HIS such as patient specific printed materials, e-mail risks.
    Appreciate some of the national requirements in terms of patient control of data: opt-in, opt out.
  • 2.2 Access Control
    Understand that access control in a HIS is intended to protect patient’s data and access to HIS is often based on: healthcare worker roles, duties and responsibilities.
    Understand how access may be based on what the user may know (e.g.: a PIN); what the user has (e.g.: a Card or token) or what they are (e.g.: a biometric scan).
    List some different kinds of access control techniques such as: biometric, text, tokens, Smart Cards, barcodes etc.
    Recognise the need to change passwords regularly.
    Understand why it is important to choose an appropriate password and other mechanisms of authentication and the importance of changing it regularly.
    Understand that passwords / authentication details should not be shared and that tokens and passwords need to be safeguarded.
    Recognise the need to observe the password policies of an organisation.
  • 2.3 Security
    Describe some of the key principles of security within HIS such as awareness of systems vulnerability, requirement for formal agreement to organisational security policy.
    Understand that an organisational security policy has personal, professional and organisational impacts.
    Describe some of the principal threats to a HIS such as accidental viewing, unauthorised inquiry, malicious damage, uncontrolled access, risk of transfer of data to external media.
    List some of the defences against security threats to a HIS.
    Understand the obligation to report security breaches and threats such as user impersonation, malicious attack, viruses or worms etc.
    Understand the concept of data storage and backup and why it is important
  • 3.1 Navigation
    Search, locate and verify a patient record.
    Recognise the same individual has two records created in the system, and understand authority for merging.
    Know how to identify the authorship of an entry in a record.
    Select and view a set of patient records based on some common criteria.
    Record information accurately about a patient.
    Make the follow-up appointments/ treatment schedules for the patient.
    Recognize different modes (automated) of data entry.
  • 3.2 Decision Support
    Understand the different types of decision support that may be available such as: alerts, reminders, validation checks etc.
    Understand personal responsibility, authority to override system validation messages.
  • 3.3 Outputs Reports
    Create reports such as a patient list, a care unit census, patient bookings / appointments, theatre lists. etc.
    Create a routine output based on a specific query such as patient results.
    Select a type of output from a pre-existing report type/template.
    Select and view a specific report: x-ray, ECG, CT-Scan, blood result etc.
    Print a report securely.
    Transmit HIS data and reports securely.
  • 4.1 Principles
    Understand that the patient record is a legal document and no information can be erased.
    Understand that information can be added or amended but not changed.
    Understand who has the authority to create new records, e.g. Births / emergency / temporary records.
    Understand the audit trail within HIS and the importance thereof.
Available formats
Instructor-led online (webinar)
Upcoming sessions
Date Location Language Price Format
14.06.2022 - 15.06.2022 Online Russian $119,99 , Webinar Webinar
Request this course for your company in a in-house format
Eni
Total
Eni
Endesa
Shell
Chevron
Gas Natural
Iberdrola
Eni
Inpex
Eni
Exonmobile
Pricing
Format Base price Minimum price
Instructor-led online 239,99$ 119,99$
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Training can take place in 4 formats:

  • Self-paced
  • Blended learning
  • Instructor-led online (webinar)
  • Instructor-led offline (classroom)

Description of training formats:

  • Self-paced learning or e-Learning means you can learn in your own time and control the amount of material to consume. There is no need to complete the assignments and take the courses at the same time as other learners.
  • Blended learning or "hybrid learning" means you can combine Self-paced learning or e-Learning with traditional instructor-led classroom or webinar activities. This approach requires physical presence of both teacher and student in physical or virtual (webinars) classrooms or workshops. Webinar is a seminar or presentation that takes place on the internet, allowing participants in different locations to see and hear the presenter, ask questions, and sometimes answer polls.
  • Instructor-led training, or ILT, means that the learning can be delivered in a lecture or classroom format, as an interactive workshop, as a demonstration under the supervision and control of qualified trainer or instructor with the opportunity for learners to practice, or even virtually, using video-conferencing tools.

When forming groups of students, special attention is paid to important criteria - the same level of knowledge and interests among all students of the course, in order to maintain stable group dynamics during training.

Group dynamics is the development of a group in time, which is caused by the interaction of participants with each other and external influence on the group. In other words, these are the stages that the training group goes through in the process of communicating with the coach and among themselves.

The optimal group size for different types of training:

  • Self-paced / E-learning: 1
  • Instructor-led off-line (classroom): 6 – 12
  • Instructor-led on-line (webinar): 6 – 12
  • Blended learning: 6 – 12
  • Workshop: 6 – 12
  • On-the-job: 2 – 4
  • Simulator: 1 – 2

Feedback in the form of assessments and recommendations is given to students during the course of training with the participation of an instructor and is saved in the course card and student profile.

In order to control the quality of the services provided, students can evaluate the quality and training programme. Forms of assessment of the quality of training differ for courses with the participation of an instructor and those that are held in a self-paced format.

For courses with an instructor, start and end dates are indicated. At the same time, it is important to pay attention to the deadlines for passing tests, exams and practical tasks. If the specified deadlines are missed, the student may not be allowed to complete the entire course programme.

A personal account is a space for storing your training preferences, test and exam results, grades on completed training, as well as your individual plan for professional and personal development.

Users of the personal account have access to articles and blogs in specialized areas, as well as the ability to rate the completed training and leave comments under the articles and blogs of our instructors and technical authors

Registered users of a personal account can have various roles, including the role of a student, instructor or content developer. However, for all roles, except for the student role, you will need to go through an additional verification procedure to confirm your qualifications.

Based on the results of training, students are issued a certificate of training. All training certificates fall into three main categories:

  • Certificate of Attendance - students who successfully completed the course but did not pass the tests and exams can apply for a certificate of attendance.
  • Certificate of Completion - students who have successfully completed a course could apply for a Certificate of Completion, this type of certificate is often required for compliance training.
  • Verified Certificate - it is a verified certificate that is issued when students have passed exams under the supervision of a dedicated proctor.

You can always download a copy of your training certificate in PDF format in your personal account.

You will still have access to the course after completing it, provided that your account is active and not compromised and Tecedu is still licensed for the course. So if you want to review specific content in the course after completing it, or do it all over again, you can easily do so. In rare cases, instructors may remove their courses from the Tecedu marketplace, or we may need to remove a course from the platform for legal reasons.

During the training, you may encounter various forms of testing and knowledge testing. The most common assessment methods are:

  • preliminary (base-line assessment) - to determine the current level of knowledge and adapt the personal curriculum
  • intermediate - to check the progress of learning
  • final - to complete training and final assessment of knowledge and skills, can be in the form of a project, testing or practical exam

Travel to the place of full-time training is not included in the cost of training. Accommodation during full-time studies can be included in the full board tuition fees.

While Tecedu is not an accredited institution, we offer skills-based courses taught by real experts in their field, and every approved, paid course features a certificate of completion or attendance to document your accomplishment.

You can preview samples of the training materials and review key information about the course on our website. You can also review feedback and recommendations from students who already completed this course.

We want you to be happy, so almost all purchased courses can be returned within 30 days. If you are not satisfied with the course, you can request a refund, provided the request complies with our return policy.

The 30-day money back policy allows students to receive quality teaching services with minimal risk, we must also protect our teachers from fraud and provide them with a reasonable payment schedule. Payments are sent to instructors after 30 days, so we will not process refund requests received after the refund period.

We reserve the right, in our sole discretion, to limit or deny refund requests in cases where we believe there is refund abuse, including but not limited to the following:

  • A significant portion of the course has been consumed or downloaded by a student before the refund was requested.
  • Multiple refunds have been requested by a student for the same course.
  • Excessive refunds have been requested by a student.
  • Users whose account is blocked or access to courses is disabled due to violation of our Terms and Conditions or the Rules of Trust and Security.
  • We do not grant refunds for any subscription services.
  • These refund restrictions will be enforced to the extent permitted by applicable law.

We accept most international credit and debit cards like Visa, MasterCard, American Express, JCB and Discover. Bank Transfers also may be an option.

Smart Virtual Classroom (open digital / virtual classroom).

Conducting classes is based on the fact that the teacher demonstrates text, drawings, graphics, presentations on an interactive board, while the content appears in the student's electronic notebook. A specially designed digital notepad and pen are used to create and edit text and images that can be redirected to any surface via a projector.

Classes are live streamed online, automatically recorded and published on the Learning Portal, allowing you to save them for reuse anytime, anywhere, on any mobile device. This makes it possible not to miss classes and keep up with classes and keep up with the passage of new material.

Game Based Learning (learning using a virtual game environment)

Real-life training uses the principles of game organization, which allows future professionals to rehearse and hone their skills in a virtual emergency. Learning as a game provides an opportunity to establish a connection between the learning activity and real life.

The technology provides the following learning opportunities:

  • Focused on the needs of the user
  • Instant feedback
  • Independent decision making and choice of actions
  • Better assimilation and memorization of the material
  • Adaptive pace of learning tailored to the individual needs of the student
  • Better transfer of skills learned in a learning situation to real conditions

Basic principles of training:

  • A gradual increase in the level of difficulty in the game;
  • Using a simplified version of a problem situation;
  • Action in a variable gaming environment;
  • The right choice is made through experimentation.

The main advantages of Game Based Learning technology:

  • Low degree of physical risk and liability
  • Motivation to learn while receiving positive emotions from the process;
  • Practice - mirroring the real situation
  • Timely feedback
  • Choice of different playing roles
  • Learning in collaboration
  • Developing your own behavior strategy
Laboratory workshops using remote access technologies

Conducting practical classes online using remote access technologies for presentations, multimedia solutions and virtual reality:

  • Laboratory workshops that simulate the operation of expensive bench equipment in real production
  • Virtual experiment, which is visually indistinguishable from a remote real experiment performed
  • Virtual instruments, which are an exact copy of real instruments
  • Mathematical modeling to clarify the physical characteristics, chemical content of the investigated object or phenomenon.

Health Information Systems Usage (DIGI030)

Discipline: Industry-specific digital skills

Language: English, Russian

Level: Intermediate

Available formats:

  • Instructor-led online
Training matrix
Digital certificate
Discount coupon