Population Health Analytics (HCIN 600)
This MS in Health Care Informatics class explores methods for measuring and analyzing the burden of disease in populations. Students will apply various data sets including disease registries, electronic health records, claims data, and socio-economic data to measure, trend, and analyze the impact of disease on various populations. Students will apply programming languages such as R and python to solve unique data set problems.
This course is taken only by students enrolled in the Health Care Analytics Track. It is replaced by HCIN 544 – Advanced Health Care Information Management for those in the Health Informatics Track, and by HCIN 630 – Health Care Law for those in the Health Care Leadership Track.