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informatics

A synonym for information technology (IT), which is an umbrella term for "information management" and "computer science." The term is more widely used in Canada, Europe and countries other than the U.S. See IT, information management and computer science.
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After the university's institutional review board approval, students were surveyed on the first and final day of class for the Health Care Informatics course.
KLAS is an international organization specialized to improving the health care domain through helping decision makers in health institutions, and getting the proper selection of diverse health care informatics applications based on reliable and comprehensive information from the viewpoint of the beneficiaries of the service.
We define health care informatics as the study of how the diverse types of health information are researched and combined to result in decisions to optimize patient care quality.
Demand for skills in health care informatics, both clinical and non-clinical is on the rise.
Notte practices family medicine and health care informatics at Abington (Pa.) Memorial Hospital.
Applying health care informatics to improve student learning, Really Good Stuff.
Lisa Lyons, MS, RN, CDE, graduated with MS Informatics, with an emphasis on Health Care Informatics, from the University of Colorado.
According to a report released earlier this year by the IMS Institute for Health Care Informatics, patent expiries, which will peak in 2012, as well as increased cost-containment actions by payers, will constrain branded medicine spending growth through 2016.
This report is from that committee, the Committee on Engaging the Computer Science Research Community in Health Care Informatics, which is made up of specialists in biomedical informatics, computer science and information technology, and health care who visited eight medical centers in the US and drew from other research to provide a foundation for further exploration of the issue and outline principles for change, research challenges, and recommendations.
Multidisciplinary health care informatics organizations also encouraged nurses to become actively involved in their organizations to help solve informatics education and practice issues, as well as support the policy and advocacy issues of the organization.

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