health informatics

Health Informatics

Mission

Empowering students, faculty, clinicians and consumers through health information technology.

About the Center

The University of Kansas Center for Health Informatics (KU-CHI) is an interdisciplinary center of excellence designed to advance health informatics through knowledge, integration, research and empowerment of faculty and students in the expanding field of biomedical science and information technology.

Definition

Health Informatics is defined generally as understanding the meaning, relationships and properties of health care information as a basis for biomedical knowledge discovery, information retrieval, storage and dissemination for purposes of supporting the process and evaluation of health care of the public.

Driving Forces

  • Institute of Medicine (IOM) Reports
  • Academic Health Center's Role
  • Role of Center's for Excellence
  • Advancing Information Technology
  • Building on a successful Academic Business Partnership
  • Need for a cultural change

Components of the Center

  • Education
  • Professional Development
  • Clinical Care Processes
  • Research and Development
  • Partnerships
  • Knowledge Management

 

The University of Kansas Medical Center
Manos, E. L. (2012 - Current). Interprofessional collaborative acute care practice: Pediatrics (ICAP-Peds). Grant funded by Health Resources & Services Administration. Grant Number UD7HP25056. University of Kansas School of Nursing. Kansas City, KS.

The University of Kansas Medical Center
Manos, E. L. (2012 - Current). Interprofessional collaborative acute care practice: Pediatrics (ICAP-Peds). Grant funded by Health Resources & Services Administration. Grant Number UD7HP25056. University of Kansas School of Nursing. Kansas City, KS.

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