Health Informatics

Health Informatics

Site: Northern Career Institute-Eastlake
Two-year program: grades 11-12
Health Informatics is the fusion of healthcare, information technology, and business administration and guides their integration into different aspects of the healthcare sector, at both the individual and population levels. It incorporates collecting, analyzing, and using data to make informed decisions regarding the healthcare system, as well as improve the efficiency of it. It also applies health and information concepts, theories, and practices to real-life situations to achieve better health outcomes.

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Instructor:  Carisa Lindsay
  • Education: M.S.Ed  and BSBA from Bowling Green State University, Computer Technology Endorsement from Cleveland State University.
  • Work Experience: Computer Science (13 yrs), Business Education (2 yrs), Health Informatics (3 yrs),  Building Technology Coordinator (9 yrs), District Technology Coach (2 yrs).
  • Awards: Adele Knight Teacher of the Year (2014).
  • Hobbies: Golf. 

Additional Information

Credits: 3 credits each year (2 Courses/yr-1.5 credits each)
Taught in a Project Based Learning environment, in which groups/teams work together to complete projects and deliverables regarding different aspects of the Health Care Industry:
• PBL is where students work through projects over an extended period of time to solve a problem or challenge in an engaging, hands-on, team-oriented, real-world environment.
• The projects entail being provided a healthcare based scenario and then, after research, analysis, conducting studies, etc, creating end-all ‘deliverables’ based on the findings; this is done within teams/small groups.
• The program involves computer use daily, including use of the Internet, Research, Word, Excel, PowerPoint or Prezi, Moviemaker, Audacity, and Access.
•    The H.I. Program’s learning environment allows for students to take control of each project and, within the groups, delve into the content, ask questions, find answers, and make real-life connections between the healthcare industry and their lives.
      •    Data & Use
      •    Transforming Data into Information
      •    Billing and Coding
      •    Problems & Solutions

      •     Lakeland Community College-up to 8 credits
   • Data Analyst
   • Clinical Researcher
   • Public Health Nurse
   • Risk Manager of a Hospital System
   • Hospital Network Administrator
   • Epidemiologist
   • Blood Bank Coordinator
   • Insurance Underwriter
   • Community Health Program Coordinator
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