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CS 632G Topic:Entrepreneurial Health Informatics

Course Description: Entrepreneurial Health Informatics is an interdisciplinary course that provides an overview of computer based clinical record systems as well as decision support systems for medical application. The course will mainly focus on experiential entrepreneurship through innovation, evolution, and imitation as well as algorithmic solutions for health decision support; data acquisition, processing, and analysis; and delivery systems and services. The main topics covered health information technology systems’ standards and terminologies, risks and uncertainty, data and workflow modeling, data mining, data visualization, and medical decision making. Teamwork and entrepreneurship will be infused throughout the course in the form of creative critical thinking and problem-solving and calculated risk-taking in the design and development of the algorithms supported by a quality business plan for a health related information technology company. Entrepreneurs will be recruited for the roles of team mentors, project selection and scaling, and guest speakers.

Course Rotation: Spring;NY

Credits

3 credits

Prerequisite

CS 397N Min Grade D