Healthcare Information Technology: Public Policy and Management

HPAM-GP.4822, 1.5 points.

Semester: Fall


This course describes the growing involvement of government in stimulating and directing the development of information technology in healthcare organizations. Included is a discussion of attempts to exchange information for the purposes of improving the quality of personal healthcare and public health. Methods for determining the financial value of information technology are described. Techniques for insuring the security and privacy of health information are presented. How information systems and technology can improve the quality of service provided to consumers and the clinical quality of health care is examined.


HPAM-GP.4833 or permission of instructor

Semester Instructor Syllabus Link
Fall 2015Nader MherabiSyllabus
Fall 2014Nader MherabiSyllabus
Fall 2013Nader MherabiSyllabus
Fall 2013Nader MherabiSyllabus
Fall 2012Syllabus
Fall 2011Syllabus
Semester Instructor Evaluation Link
Fall 2014Nader MherabiEvaluation
Fall 2013Nader MherabiEvaluation
Fall 2011Kropf, RogerEvaluation
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Mherabi, Nader

Weekly Schedule:
Thu - 6:45 pm to 8:25 pm

Session Dates:
09/02/2015 to 10/20/2015

Bldg:GCASL Room:261