BMI 5770: Health Analytics: Data to Discovery to Dissemination

April 27, 2020

Health Analytics is the science of analyzing health data for knowledge discovery and decision making. The sheer diversity of data types in health care settings results in what scholars call a DRIP environment: Data Rich-Information Poor. Data has become ubiquitous in healthcare settings from clinical decision making to operational/business planning; health decisions are now being made similarly. No programming experience is required, but students are expected to vigorously engage in their own learning and parts of courses will require that students use and adapt to tools demonstrated during class.

Credit Hours: 
3.0


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