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Information Systems and Healthcare XIX: Developing an Integrative Health Informatics Graduate Curriculum
Communications of the Association for Information Systems
This paper details the development of a Masters in Health Informatics (MHI) program. It traces the design from conception through environmental scanning and curriculum development and into survey validation. One of the underlying characteristics identified in the analysis of other programs was that there seemed to be two subgroups or themes in health informatics programs: clinical and health administrative foci. A draft curriculum addressing the interest of both subgroups was developed, and adoi:10.17705/1cais.01930 fatcat:b6gdyw7osna7xe6xcxndfuvjvu