Management of Clinical and Bioscience Informatics
Management of Clinical and Bioscience Informatics (MCBI) involves the use of electronic health/medical data for improving quality and efficiency of healthcare, while controlling costs. The program will provide the background needed to develop management reports and to convert data to meaningful information that can be used by clinicians to improve patient care.
The program will develop student skills in:
- Business Management
- Organizational Communication
- Statistical Analysis of Data
- Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) regulations
- Customer Service
- Computer Information Systems and Bioscience/Clinical Practices
A student completing the Associate in Arts program will also complete the AGEC-B General Education requirements to assist those who wish to transfer to a four-year institution.
Degrees & Certificates
- Associate in Applied Science in Management of Clinical and Bioscience Informatics
- Certificate of Completion in Management of Clinical and Bioscience Informatics: Business and Project Management
- Certificate of Completion in Management of Clinical and Bioscience Informatics: Public Health
- Certificate of Completion in Management of Clinical and Bioscience Informatics: Clinical Informatics Technology
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