Using clinical health data for better healthcare

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  • An introduction to digital health
    • This module explores current digital health environments, identifying the many uses of digital health technologies and health data sources. We look at the evolving roles of the health workforce in digital health environments, considering roles and responsibilities. The importance of data analytics for decision making and healthcare outcomes is introduced.

      Note: Materials used are for learning purposes and content may not reflect your organisation’s policies. When working with data, make sure you act within the guidelines and policies of your organisation.
  • Everyone plays a role in health data
    • In this module, we review key health data concepts and terminology. We emphasise the importance of data integrity and the benefits and consequences of high or low quality data. We look at the data life cycle and the roles and responsibilities of all stakeholders in the provision of quality healthcare. There are some case studies illustrating the consequences of poor quality data and we also look at the fundamentals of digital health legislation and policy. Note: Materials used are for learning purposes and content may not reflect your organisation’s policies. When working with data, make sure you act within the guidelines and policies of your organisation.
  • Interpret health data - turn information into new insights
    • In this module, we look at the use of health data and basic data analysis to inform and improve decision making and practice. We explore some common methods and tools used in the analysis of health data. There is an opportunity to develop a data query and to practice working with data. Note: Materials used are for learning purposes and content may not reflect your organisation’s policies. When working with data, make sure you act within the guidelines and policies of your organisation.
  • Share and integrate data into practice
    • In the final module, we look at the various modes of communication appropriate for sharing the results produced by data analysis. We consider how effective communication of digital health data contributes to greater consumer engagement and well-being as well as more effective, evidence-based decision making within the healthcare system. Note: Materials used are for learning purposes and content may not reflect your organisation’s policies. When working with data, make sure you act within the guidelines and policies of your organisation.

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