Digital Collaborative Systems in Healthcare
|Course offered by:||Prof. Dr. Horst Kunhardt|
|Offering University:||TH Deggendorf|
|Subject Area:||Health Care / Health Management||Free of Charge|
|Average Workload:||15 Hours||Free of Charge||Enrol|
What can you learn in this course?
Students who will finish the course "Digital Collaborative Systems in Healthcare" will be familiar with the foundations of health information technology, applications of digital collaborative systems in healthcare and basics of Big Data. The knowledge gained will allow a better understanding of digital healthcare and its application in different settings.
Course Content and Structure
These are the main topics of the course "Digital Collaborative Systems in Healthcare":
Types of Health Information Technology
- Lecture 1: IT Infrastructure
- Lecture 2: Electronic Health Record (EHR)
- Lecture 3: Personal Health Record (PHR)
- Lecture 4: Health Information Exchange (HIE)
- Lecture 5: Medical Interaction Platforms
- Lecture 6: Collaboration in Healthcare across Borders
Use Cases of Application
- Lecture 1: eHealth / mHealth
- Lecture 2: Health Technology Infrastructure
- Lecture 3: Telemedicine
- Lecture 4: Ambient Assisted Living
- Lecture 5: Teletherapy
- Lecture 6: Telemonitoring
Introduction to Big Data and eHealth
- Lecture 1: Foundations of Big Data
- Lecture 2: Data Classification
- Lecture 3: Data Analytics in eHealth
Course offered by
Professor Dr. Horst Kunhardt
Vice President of Deggendorf Institute of Technology.
Founder of the European Campus Rottal-Inn (ECRI)
Anna E. Schmaus-Klughammer, LLB(hons)
Associated Professor and Researcher at the Deggendorf Institute of Technology
She teaches digital Health, Telemedicine, Law and Ethics at ECRI.
She is the coordinator of this course.
Oscar Blanco, Msc
He finished his Master studies at the Deggendorf Institute of Technology.
The title of his Master Thesis is „Consumer Health Informatics Ontology“
As a Student Assistant he is teaching students from the Bachelor Healthcare Informatics course at ECRI.
This course is for people interested in eHealth and Telemedicine. The main target group will be people directly or indirectly involved in healthcare. This can be nurses, physicians, dentists, physiotherapists as well as people who have an IT background and would like to learn more about IT in healthcare. Since the role of technology is increasing in healthcare, the industry workforce will need higher technical knowledge to effectively deliver high quality health services. Increased healthcare consumerism is also creating pressure for individuals to actively participate in their own health. As a result, this course can also contribute to increasing digital health literacy for individuals and teaching them how to actively engage with their healthcare system using modern technologies.
Confirmation of participation
Once the participants have answered the quiz questions of the course correctly, they will be able to download the automatically generated certificate.