The UAB Department of Health Services Administration now offers free online health IT training for individuals currently working in a healthcare setting.
You can choose from three courses and earn CME or CEU plus a Certificate of Completion - online and at your own pace.
The training, six-week online courses offered multiple times throughout the year, is a partnership with the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC). The first round begins November 7, 2016.
UAB is one of only seven institutions awarded ONC grants to provide this training. The goal of this free online program is to train 6,000 incumbent health care workers to use new health information technologies in a variety of settings including: team-based care environment, long-term care facilities, patient-centered medical homes, accountable care organizations, hospitals and clinics.
Focus is on the following areas:
- Value Based Care Register Now!
Topics include Accountable Care Organizations, Patient Centered Medical Homes, MIPS and MACRA, plus an introduction to precision medicine.
- Population Health Register Now!
Topics include Community Population Health, Structured Accountable Care Approaches, Identifying Risk and Predictive Analysis and Population Health Management Interventions.
- Health Data Analytics Register Now!
Topics include Big Data, Working with Data, Understanding Clinical Data and Risk Adjustment and Predictive Modeling.