The M.Sc. in Health Informatics aims to equip graduates with the skills, knowledge and abilities to:
Evaluate the opportunities and limitations of health care technology and of its impact in improving the efficiency, cost- effectiveness, safety and quality of health care delivery. Express user requirements for health care information systems. Integrate computing and managerial knowledge and experience with health-related knowledge and experience. Ensure compliance with the standards and regulations governing systems in this domain. Formulate, evaluate and apply evidence-based solutions in the delivery of health care.
A Health Care Administrator/Clerical Officer, Health Care Manager or Health Care Professional who holds a primary undergraduate degree (2.2 honours or higher)Or An applicant who holds a primary undergraduate degree (2.2 honours or higher) in a health sciences disciplineOr An applicant with at least 5 years relevant work experience who can satisfy the course admission team that he/she has the ability to complete and benefit from this course. Such applicants shall be required to undertake an interview.
Recipient: University of Limerick
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