Health Information Literacy for Data Analytics Specialization
This Specialization is intended for data and technology professionals with no previous healthcare experience who are seeking an industry change to work with healthcare data. Through four courses, you will identify the types, sources, and challenges of healthcare data along with methods for selecting and preparing data for analysis. You will examine the range of healthcare data sources and compare terminology, including administrative, clinical, insurance claims, patient-reported and external data. You will complete a series of hands-on assignments to model data and to evaluate questions of efficiency and effectiveness in healthcare. This Specialization will prepare you to be able to transform raw healthcare data into actionable information.
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
- Analyze the various types and sources of healthcare data, including clinical, operational, claims, and patient generated data.
- Compare and contrast common data models used in healthcare data systems.
- Assess the quality of healthcare data and make appropriate interpretations of meaning according to data sources and intended uses.
- Create a data dictionary to communicate the source and value of data.
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