Explore 12 results for "information***" by leading Australian Universities

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  • University of Tasmania

    TAS-HIM-MAS | Postgraduate

    Become an e-health advocate

    Thanks to e-medical records and capabilities, hospitals are using tech to track activity and gain funding. With this comes the need for specialised health information professionals. Specialise in analytics, governance or leadership. 

    Available majors

    • Data Analytics Specialisation
    • Information Governance Specialisation
    • Strategic Leadership Specialisation
  • University of Tasmania

    TAS-HSM-MAS | Postgraduate

    Formalise your health management career

    Analyse and evaluate approaches to the issues managers in public and private health sectors face. Learn through real-world case-studies that will elevate your role as a leader in the workplace. Attend non-mandatory seminars to solidify your study. 

    Available majors

    • Information Management Specialisation
    • Organisational Development Specialisation
    • Integrated Care Specialisation
    • Safety and Quality Specialisation
  • University of Queensland

    Be at the forefront of healthcare’s digital transformation

    Join a fast-growing field in need of data professionals with the skills to improve digital systems for patients and clinicians. Study interdisciplinary subjects that incorporate business, economics, ICT and data. Revolutionise health organisations. 

  • Griffith University

    Chart your success with a specialisation in health informatics

    Concentrate on health information in this specialist postgraduate degree. Explore health information technologies, methodologies for data acquisition, and structuring data. Develop your project management skills and understand resource management.

  • University of Tasmania

    Explore the internet’s role in health care

    Study contemporary trends, issues, policy and practice in health informatics. Analyse potential problems in the digital storing and sharing of health information. Unpack social, ethical and legal issues.