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Evaluation, Final grade will be determined based on the following criteria. Three written assignments, o Case Study Pleasing all of the people all of the time 50 points due 4 8. o Problem Set 1 100 points due 5 6, o Problem Set 2 100 points due 6 3. Discussion Board 20 points week 200 points total, Total possible points 450 points. Grading Scale, There will be no curve down In other words if everyone earns enough points for an A then everyone.
will get an A This is a graduate course and you are all expected to get A s and B s. Discussion Boards, Discussion boards are an integral and important part of the learning experience in this class Your. participation is essential to the success of the discussion boards both for you as well as your. classmates Each week there will usually be two topics posted For each topic your responsibility is to. search for a resource that is related to the topic and to post the source as well as your summary and. interpretation Your classmates are encouraged to read your posting and make comments You will be. graded on the quality of the source you choose and the substance of your summary and interpretation. Your discussion board post is due by 11 59pm CST on the Monday that begins each week So the Week. 1 posting is due January 14th by midnight Each week you will receive a maximum of ten points for. each of your two postings In total the discussion board represents 200 points out of 450 for the. course or over 40 of the grade Please take this seriously. Please remain respectful of all viewpoints and positions and when necessary agree to respectfully. disagree While active and frequent participation is encouraged cluttering a discussion board with. inappropriate irrelevant or insigni icant material will not earn additional points and may result in. receiving less than full credit Please remember to cite all sources when relevant in order to avoid. plagiarism, Attendance, There will be two or three synchronous or live meetings and these are considered supplemental and. optional While your attendance is highly encouraged it is not required and you will not be graded on. your attendance or participation A recording of the session will be made available. Late work is accepted with a 10 deduction per day late unless prior arrangements are made with. the instructor, A note about grades assignments writing and other things students worry about. As you have noticed the grade for this course is based in large part on your ability to write and. communicate your ideas The three written assignments and to a smaller extent the discussion board. postings will be graded not only on content but also on how well you write and convey your thoughts. Part of being a successful information technologist is having good communication skills Whether you. are a programmer a physician expert or another important person in the chain of development you. will be evaluated not only on your abilities as a programmer or expert but also on how well you can. communicate and convey your ideas You may have the best solutions to the problem at hand but if. you cannot succinctly describe your ideas and develop an argument to prove your point you may not. be successful in your endeavors, The concepts and topics described in this course are relatively straightforward and not dif icult to. master I feel that one of the most important things I can try to impart to the class is to improve your. skills as communicators Therefore for the past few years I have concentrated my efforts not only on. imparting the basic concepts of medical informatics but also on requiring students to express their. thoughts succinctly and cogently, Academic Integrity at Northwestern.
Students are required to comply with University regulations regarding academic. integrity If you are in doubt about what constitutes academic dishonesty speak with. your instructor or graduate coordinator before the assignment is due and or examine the. University Web site Academic dishonesty includes but is not limited to cheating on. an exam obtaining an unfair advantage and plagiarism e g using material from. readings without citing or copying another student s paper Failure to maintain. academic integrity will result in a grade sanction possibly as severe as failing and. being required to retake the course and could lead to a suspension or expulsion from. the program Further penalties may apply For more information visit. http www scs northwestern edu student issues academic integrity cfm. Plagiarism is one form of academic dishonesty Students can familiarize themselves with. the definition and examples of plagiarism by visiting. http www northwestern edu uacc plagiar html, A myriad of other sources can be found online. Some assignments in this course may be required to be submitted through SafeAssign a. plagiarism detection and education tool You can find an explanation of the tool at. http wiki safeassign com display SAFE How Does SafeAssign Work. In brief SafeAssign compares the submitted assignment to millions of documents in. large databases It then generates a report showing the extent to which text within a. paper is similar to pre existing sources The user can see how or whether the flagged. text is appropriately cited SafeAssign also returns a percentage score indicating the. percentage of the submitted paper that is similar or identical to pre existing sources. High scores are not necessarily bad nor do they necessarily indicate plagiarism since. the score does not take into account how or whether material is cited If a paper. consisted of one long quote that was cited appropriately it would score 100 This. would not be plagiarism due to the appropriate citation However submitting one long. quote would probably be a poor paper Low scores are not necessarily good nor do they. necessarily indicate a lack of plagiarism If a 50 page paper contained all original. material except for one short quote that was not cited it might score around 1 But. not citing a quotation is still plagiarism SafeAssign includes an option in which the. student can submit a paper and see the resultant report before submitting a final copy. to the instructor This ideally will help students better understand and avoid. plagiarism, Other Processes and Policies, Please refer to your SCS student handbook at. http www scs northwestern edu grad information handbook cfm. for additional course and program processes and policies. Course Schedule, Important Note Changes may occur to the syllabus at the instructor s discretion. When changes are made students will be noti ied via an announcement in Blackboard. Week 1 Introduction to Medical Informatics Information Retrieval and Digital Libraries. Learning Objectives, Identify the recurring issues that have constrained the building of effective patient records. Discuss a model of integrated disease surveillance that addresses barriers. De ine the term medical informatics, Explain the different types of medical data.
Explain how different types of medical data are currently recorded. Analyze the advantages and disadvantages of paper health records. Outline the types of online health care content available to providers and consumers. Analyze the quality of online medical content, Textbook Reading. Shortliffe Chapters 1 2 and 19, Online Reading, Finding My Way to Electronic Health Records Benjamin R 2010. New England Journal of Medicine 363 505 506 http bit ly ciHm5P. Assignments, 1 Weekly Discussion Board Described above. 2 Case Study Pleasing all of the people all of the time is due Monday April 8 2013 at 11 59. p m central time For more information click Assignments on the left navigation bar in. Blackboard, Sync Session, Tuesday April 2 2013 7 00pm 9 00pm central time. Data Information Knowledge Medical Information Systems Systems Development Life Cycle. Learning Objectives, Analyze the advantages and challenges of converting charting from a written format to an.
electronic record, Explain the basic functions that may be provided by medical computer systems. Explain how to perform a system s analysis given a scenario. Develop a proposal to a hospital administrator to buy an off the shelf product or a home. developed system, Outline components that are part of a hospital information system. Analyze barriers to technology transfer among health care institutions. Explain challenges for natural language processing in the clinical and biological domains. Create a lexicon consistent with standards, Textbook Reading. Shortliffe Chapters 2 6 and 8, Online Reading, Logical Observation Identi iers Names and Codes Users Guide McDonald C Huff S Mercer K. Hernandez J Vreeman D Eds 2010 http www loinc org, Logical Observation Identi iers FAQ http www loinc org.
Sync Session Recording, Week 2 Data Information and Systems Development and accompanying slides. Assignments, 1 Weekly Discussion Board Described above. Week 3 Databases and Information Retrieval Systems Electronic Medical Records. Learning Objectives, Outline what to consider when deciding to keep data in active versus archival storage. Discuss advantages and disadvantages of individual workstations linked in a LAN versus shared. access to mainframe computers, Explain how access to electronic health records is secured. Examine the issues caused by the limitations on how health records are secured. Discuss an electronic health record its functional elements and how it differs from a paper. Examine barriers to the development and use of an electronic health record. Debate the bene its and challenges of provider order entry. Provide an example of a clinical order that serves the needs of the hospital with the least. burden to the provider, Debate the bene its and challenges of clinical decision support.
Textbook Reading, Shortliffe Chapters 5 and 12, Online Reading. Health IT journeys Stories from the road Retrieved from the Of ice of the National Coordinator for. Health Information Technology Web site http bit ly bMpwV3. Sync Session Recording, Week 3 Electronic Health Record Systems recorded 1 19 2010 and accompanying slides. Assignments, 1 Weekly Discussion Board Described above. Week 4 Standards Ethical and Privacy Issues, Learning Objectives. Discuss commonly used classi ication systems for diagnostic tests billing and procedures. Analyze the bene its and limitations of the current classi ication system. Provide examples of how standards have enhanced information exchange. Illustrate areas where there are gaps in information exchange. Argue the role of government in addressing gaps in information exchange. Discuss the challenges informatics poses for patient and provider con identiality. Explain the ways providers and systems address the balance of information exchange and. con identiality, Provide an analysis of the balance of information exchange and con identiality.
Explain how access to medical information has altered the provider to patient relationship. Textbook Reading, Shortliffe Chapters 7 and 10, Online Reading. 1 State health information exchange program 2010 Retrieved from the Of ice of the National. Coordinator for Health Information Technology Web site http bit ly s6EeKo. 2 HHS Launches Health Information Exchange Pilots Lewis N 2011 February 3. Retrieved from http www informationweek com, 3 Maybe This is the Solution to the Electronic Medical Records Logjam. Terry K 2011 February 4 BNET Retrieved from www bnet com. 4 Understanding health information privacy Retrieved from the U S Department of Health and. Human Services Web site http 1 usa gov djyKE, Sync Session Recording. Week 4 Standard Ethics and Privacy Issues and accompanying slides. Assignments, 1 Weekly Discussion Board Described above. 2 Problem Set 1 due Monday April 29th at 11 59pm CST These questions will be distributed. about one week prior to the due date There will be detailed directions with the assignment. This is work to be done on your own and not with your classmates. Medical Reasoning Probabilistic Methods Knowledge Base Clinical Decision Support. Learning Objectives, Interpret sensitivity speci icity disease prevalence positive predictive value negative.
predictive value and pretest probability, Create decision trees. Calculate the expected outcomes of a decision tree. Provide an analysis for a patient to help guide decision making. Explain important characteristics in clinical decision support tools. Illustrate challenges in designing the perfect decision support tool. Analyze a decision support tool for usability and reliability of results. Textbook Reading, Shortliffe Chapters 3 and 20, Online Reading. Hospital Compare Retrieved from the U S Department of Health and Human Services Web site. http www hospitalcompare hhs gov, Sync Session Recording. Week 5 Medical Reasoning and Clinical Decision Support recorded 2 1 2011 with slides. Multimedia, Introduction to Decision Analysis, Decision Analysis with Imperfect Information Tree Flipping. Assignments, 1 Weekly Discussion Board Described above.
2 Sync Session Tuesday April 30th at 7pm CST, Week 6 Medical Enterprise Information Systems Hospital Information Systems. Learning Objectives, Explain the clinical inancial and administrative functions provided by a hospital information. Examine the bene its and challenges of integrating a hospital system. Develop from a chief informatics of icer s perspective what must be considered when. Medical Informatics 403 Distance Learning MED INF 403DL Introduction to Medical Informatics Spring 2013 Instructor Samuel Volchenboum gt slv uchicago edu gTalk

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