Course Summary

Course Description

The Program in Health Informatics and Information Management at UCF is an upper-division, limited-access professional curriculum leading to a bachelor of science. The professional phase of the program emphasizes health information management, business organization and management, health-care finance, computer applications in health care, systems analysis, pathophysiology, pharmacology, medical coding, and medicolegal aspects of health records.
The curriculum is designed to present a correlation between classroom theory and practical experience. Students gain practical experience under supervision in health-care settings throughout the state of Florida. The summer term of the senior year consists of a management affiliation for five weeks in a health-care facility. After the management affiliation, the students return to campus for completion of course requirements.

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