Biomedical & Health Informatics

Health informatics or Health Information Technology is defined as information engineering applied to the field of health care. It involves the management and healthcare information of patients. Health IT is regarded as a multidisciplinary field, using health information technology to improve health care with any combination of high quality, high efficiency and new opportunities. The aim is to incur lower cost and thus greater availability. Computer science, Information science, behavioral science, social science, management science, etc. come under the involved disciplines in Health Informatics. Health informatics involves the study of design, development, adoption and application of IT-based innovations in healthcare services planning, management and delivery. Computers, information and communication systems, clinical guidelines, and formal medical terminologies amongst others are the tools required for Health informatics. The applicable areas for health informatics are pharmacy, dentistry, nursing, clinical medicine, public health, physical therapy, occupational therapy, biomedical research, and alternative medicine. All of these areas are designed to increase the overall effectiveness of patient care by ensuring high quality of generated data for the analysis.

All of these areas are designed to increase the overall effectiveness of patient care by ensuring high quality of generated data for the analysis.

  • Healthcare Informatics
  • Medical Informatics
  • Nursing Informatics
  • Clinical Research Informatics
  • Clinical Informatics

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