Mark Braunstein

Dr. Braunstein teaches health informatics and is involved in research aimed at wider and deeper adoption of health information technology to improve the quality and efficiency of care delivery.

More info: http://www.ic.gatech.edu/people/mark-braunstein

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Health Informatics: The Cutting Edge (edX)

Some of the key focus areas for health informatics research and development. Adopting digital health records and sharing the data they contain is a critical step forward. However, since successful management of chronic disease must involve patients, using informatics tools and systems to engage them is now a major [...]
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Health Informatics: Data and Interoperability Standards (edX)

The key standards for representing and sharing healthcare data. Once electronic health records and other clinical systems used in patient care are digital, the focus turns to how this health information can be represented and shared using standards.
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Health Informatics: A Current and Historical Perspective (edX)

Background on US healthcare, the key current applications of informatics in healthcare delivery. A brief history of the healthcare informatics field emphasizing long recognized key capabilities and the reasons for their slow adoption. An introduction to the Fast Healthcare Interoperability (FHIR) standard and its transformative potential. [...]
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Health Informatics in the Cloud (Coursera)

A non-technical introduction to the contemporary application of computing to healthcare delivery, public health and community-based clinical research.
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