Health Data Management, Information Analysis and Improvement
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Upon successful completion of this subject, students should be able to:
- Evaluate the theory and principles of managing health data
- Compare and contrast the practice of health data management within Australia and internationally
- Analyse health data to evaluate the performance of a health service
- Articulate the ethical, legal and political issues in health data
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You should not enrol in this subject if you have successfully completed any of the following subject(s) because they are considered academically equivalent:
- TAS-CRH501-Data, Information and Knowledge (No longer available)
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This subject will enable students to critically evaluate the theory, practice and processes for managing data in the healthcare system. The foundations of health data, information, knowledge and wisdom will be introduced, including the concept of information architecture. Methods and the value of data analysis and interpretation are the central focus of the subject, along with an exploration of the role of data linkage. Students will have opportunities to hear from experts across Australia and participate in industry case studies and analyses.
- Data Visualisation (30%)
- Data Analysis (40%)
- Case Study (30%)
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