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Skill Development

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Course Descriptions

Evaluation and Data Analytics for the Health Sector

HTH 108 Information Analysis & Data Analytics (3 Units)

This course incorporates the analysis of information and the extraction of data within the health information sector. Examine the processes for the selection and presentation of data by health information management professionals based on the needs of various stakeholders. The course will present information for the selection and organization of data in terms of supporting decisions made at different levels of the healthcare sector, and how HIM and HI professionals assess and meet stakeholder demands. Apply statistical knowledge and applications to the analysis and reporting of health information. Finally, the role of the health information professional within research studies, and in support of research, will be discussed.

Prerequisite: HTH 101 Health Information Management I or HTH 102 Health Information Management II
Instructors: Tanya Mathews

HTH 110 Health Informatics Data Analysis (3 Units)

The focus of this course involves the study of health data retrieval, analysis and presentation by the Health Informatics professional. Learners will critically examine the role of the Health Informatician to develop, maintain, and retrieve critical data from the information systems commonly found in health care. Issues of the presentation of data, quality assurance, and research will be explored as the Health Informatics professional contributes to, and aids in the facilitation of, the decision-making process.

Instructors: Vidhi Thakkar

HTH 122 Quality and Performance Evaluation (3 Units)

This course will explore how the principles and practices of health informatics is an integral component of the healthcare system¡¯s quality improvement and performance management. An examination of tools and methodologies will be presented in terms of how to use health technologies to meet organizational goals.

Instructors: Marg Leyland

Fundamentals of Addiction for Allied Health Professionals

Health & Social Services

BUS 847 Principles & Practices of Supervision (3 Units)

Understand behaviours that lead to effective supervision. Study the concept of Situational Leadership.

HRM 821 Organizational Behaviour* ^ (3 Units)

Explore human behaviour through influences that affect productivity, efficiency and organizational effectiveness through group work and case material. Experiential learning project course, no final exam.

Instructors: Heather PollexFrank Tristani

HRM 901 Human Resources Management (3 Units)

Using an experiential approach, this course reviews the fundamentals of human resources management. Proctored Final Exam.

Instructors: Stephen WhiteGerry CulinaKathi McBride-Anderson

HRM 921 Occupational Health & Safety (3 Units)

Explore occupational health and safety. Technical, legislative, political and personnel issues are studied. Proctored Final Exam.

Instructors: Steve Fletcher

HRM 941 Wellness in the Workplace (3 Units)

Examine why health promotions make sense as a return on investment for employers and provide insight into the process of designing, managing, and evaluating a program. No Final Exam.

Instructors: Valerie Thompson

HTH 101 Health Information Management I (3 Units)

The course covers fundamental theories and principles of health information management including data types, data acquisition, data standards, data quality and data uses and users. Learners will develop an appreciation of how data is collected, processed and used in healthcare settings and the role that data plays in decision-making (including an understanding of the complexities involved in transforming data into information and knowledge). The course will introduce learners to the roles and responsibilities of the HIM professional in the storage, use, retention and destruction of health records in both paper and electronic record systems and the central role of health information management in quality assurance and performance improvement, planning and management of resources, risk management, research and education.

Instructors: Lynn Cartan

HTH 104 Privacy, Confidentiality & Security (3 Units)

Examine the "concepts, principles and applications of the rights and obligations related to individual access, privacy and confidentiality of personal health information" (CHIMA, 2010, 21). This examination will involve health information data and records in both paper and electronic formats. The course will review legal regulations and legislations currently in place for the collection, use, storing and sharing of personal health information. Learners will study privacy requirements, responsibilities and risks associated with the life cycle of personal health information as Health Information Managers, Health Informaticians, and members of a health care organization. Various legal, ethical and professional standards as they relate to privacy and access will be presented, discussed and critically analyzed from the perspective of the consumer, organization and Health Information professional.

Prerequisite: HTH 101 Health Information Management I
Instructors: Charmaine Shaw

HTH 106 Managing Health Privacy & Security (3 Units)

This course is a continuation of the Privacy, Confidentiality and Security course. Explore the various aspects of managing health privacy issues, confidentiality and access to health information. In particular, the course will examine the tools used to manage, control and disclose health information within organizations, taught within the framework of risk management. Engage in activities to highlight the collaborative nature of the roles, responsibilities and professional standards between Health Information Managers and Health Informaticians. Emphasis will be placed on the learner's ability to evaluate, analyze and apply concepts from this course, and the Privacy, Confidentiality and Security course, in order to promote their knowledge and skills at the local, organizational level as well as the overall health care system.

Prerequisite: HTH 101 Health Information Management I + HTH 104 Privacy Confidentiality & Security
Instructors: Charmaine Shaw

HTH 107 Organizational Behaviour for the Health Sector (3 Units)

This course provides an overview of the theories, structures and functions found within the various components of a healthcare organization. The course will examine the how business characteristics apply to the healthcare setting, specifically, the management functions of planning, leading, organizing and controlling. Topics to be discussed include planning and decision-making, strategic planning, developing high performance teams, managing operations, leadership, managing innovation and change, organization culture, motivating and rewarding employees, and effective communication. Individual and group exercises and the analysis of case material relevant to the healthcare setting, and specific issues for HIM and HI professionals, will be used to enhance a practical understanding of theoretical concepts.

Prerequisite: HTH 101 Health Information Management I

HTH 108 Information Analysis & Data Analytics (3 Units)

This course incorporates the analysis of information and the extraction of data within the health information sector. Examine the processes for the selection and presentation of data by health information management professionals based on the needs of various stakeholders. The course will present information for the selection and organization of data in terms of supporting decisions made at different levels of the healthcare sector, and how HIM and HI professionals assess and meet stakeholder demands. Apply statistical knowledge and applications to the analysis and reporting of health information. Finally, the role of the health information professional within research studies, and in support of research, will be discussed.

Prerequisite: HTH 101 Health Information Management I or HTH 102 Health Information Management II
Instructors: Tanya Mathews

HTH 110 Health Informatics Data Analysis (3 Units)

The focus of this course involves the study of health data retrieval, analysis and presentation by the Health Informatics professional. Learners will critically examine the role of the Health Informatician to develop, maintain, and retrieve critical data from the information systems commonly found in health care. Issues of the presentation of data, quality assurance, and research will be explored as the Health Informatics professional contributes to, and aids in the facilitation of, the decision-making process.

Instructors: Vidhi Thakkar

HTH 115 Records Management (3 Units)

The course will examine the principles and practices of health records management as it pertains to the collection, maintenance, storage, retrieval, retention and destruction of records.? Records management practices are presented in relation to the legal and regulatory requirements.? Policy development processes for various technological systems are explored and analyzed as a function of the HIM professional.

Prerequisite: HTH 101 Health Information Management I
Instructors: Lynn Cartan

HTH 122 Quality and Performance Evaluation (3 Units)

This course will explore how the principles and practices of health informatics is an integral component of the healthcare system¡¯s quality improvement and performance management. An examination of tools and methodologies will be presented in terms of how to use health technologies to meet organizational goals.

Instructors: Marg Leyland
Principles of Health Information

HTH 101 Health Information Management I (3 Units)

The course covers fundamental theories and principles of health information management including data types, data acquisition, data standards, data quality and data uses and users. Learners will develop an appreciation of how data is collected, processed and used in healthcare settings and the role that data plays in decision-making (including an understanding of the complexities involved in transforming data into information and knowledge). The course will introduce learners to the roles and responsibilities of the HIM professional in the storage, use, retention and destruction of health records in both paper and electronic record systems and the central role of health information management in quality assurance and performance improvement, planning and management of resources, risk management, research and education.

Instructors: Lynn Cartan

HTH 104 Privacy, Confidentiality & Security (3 Units)

Examine the "concepts, principles and applications of the rights and obligations related to individual access, privacy and confidentiality of personal health information" (CHIMA, 2010, 21). This examination will involve health information data and records in both paper and electronic formats. The course will review legal regulations and legislations currently in place for the collection, use, storing and sharing of personal health information. Learners will study privacy requirements, responsibilities and risks associated with the life cycle of personal health information as Health Information Managers, Health Informaticians, and members of a health care organization. Various legal, ethical and professional standards as they relate to privacy and access will be presented, discussed and critically analyzed from the perspective of the consumer, organization and Health Information professional.

Prerequisite: HTH 101 Health Information Management I
Instructors: Charmaine Shaw

HTH 106 Managing Health Privacy & Security (3 Units)

This course is a continuation of the Privacy, Confidentiality and Security course. Explore the various aspects of managing health privacy issues, confidentiality and access to health information. In particular, the course will examine the tools used to manage, control and disclose health information within organizations, taught within the framework of risk management. Engage in activities to highlight the collaborative nature of the roles, responsibilities and professional standards between Health Information Managers and Health Informaticians. Emphasis will be placed on the learner's ability to evaluate, analyze and apply concepts from this course, and the Privacy, Confidentiality and Security course, in order to promote their knowledge and skills at the local, organizational level as well as the overall health care system.

Prerequisite: HTH 101 Health Information Management I + HTH 104 Privacy Confidentiality & Security
Instructors: Charmaine Shaw

HTH 108 Information Analysis & Data Analytics (3 Units)

This course incorporates the analysis of information and the extraction of data within the health information sector. Examine the processes for the selection and presentation of data by health information management professionals based on the needs of various stakeholders. The course will present information for the selection and organization of data in terms of supporting decisions made at different levels of the healthcare sector, and how HIM and HI professionals assess and meet stakeholder demands. Apply statistical knowledge and applications to the analysis and reporting of health information. Finally, the role of the health information professional within research studies, and in support of research, will be discussed.

Prerequisite: HTH 101 Health Information Management I or HTH 102 Health Information Management II
Instructors: Tanya Mathews

HTH 115 Records Management (3 Units)

The course will examine the principles and practices of health records management as it pertains to the collection, maintenance, storage, retrieval, retention and destruction of records.? Records management practices are presented in relation to the legal and regulatory requirements.? Policy development processes for various technological systems are explored and analyzed as a function of the HIM professional.

Prerequisite: HTH 101 Health Information Management I
Instructors: Lynn Cartan
Workplace Wellness Management

BUS 847 Principles & Practices of Supervision (3 Units)

Understand behaviours that lead to effective supervision. Study the concept of Situational Leadership.

HRM 821 Organizational Behaviour* ^ (3 Units)

Explore human behaviour through influences that affect productivity, efficiency and organizational effectiveness through group work and case material. Experiential learning project course, no final exam.

Instructors: Heather PollexFrank Tristani

HRM 901 Human Resources Management (3 Units)

Using an experiential approach, this course reviews the fundamentals of human resources management. Proctored Final Exam.

Instructors: Stephen WhiteGerry CulinaKathi McBride-Anderson

HRM 921 Occupational Health & Safety (3 Units)

Explore occupational health and safety. Technical, legislative, political and personnel issues are studied. Proctored Final Exam.

Instructors: Steve Fletcher

HRM 941 Wellness in the Workplace (3 Units)

Examine why health promotions make sense as a return on investment for employers and provide insight into the process of designing, managing, and evaluating a program. No Final Exam.

Instructors: Valerie Thompson

HTH 107 Organizational Behaviour for the Health Sector (3 Units)

This course provides an overview of the theories, structures and functions found within the various components of a healthcare organization. The course will examine the how business characteristics apply to the healthcare setting, specifically, the management functions of planning, leading, organizing and controlling. Topics to be discussed include planning and decision-making, strategic planning, developing high performance teams, managing operations, leadership, managing innovation and change, organization culture, motivating and rewarding employees, and effective communication. Individual and group exercises and the analysis of case material relevant to the healthcare setting, and specific issues for HIM and HI professionals, will be used to enhance a practical understanding of theoretical concepts.

Prerequisite: HTH 101 Health Information Management I