International Perspectives on Program Accreditation for Professional Education in Informatics, Medinfo 2013.
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International Perspectives on Program Accreditation for Professional Education in Informatics, Medinfo 2013
Health and Human Services InformaticsMaster's degree programme Kaija Saranto, Professor, PhD, RN, FACMISirpa Kuusisto-Niemi, Ms.Soc.Sc.,Lecturer Department of Health and Social Management
Health and Human Services Informatics (HHSI) is understood as the management of information resources of an entity, e.g. an organisation, covering the activities, actors and methods in the production of health and welfare services for the public and private sectors and organisations.
Resources are understood as data warehouses, programs, devices, communications arrangements and people as sources and utilizers of information.
Context: health and social sciences
Mod. Mantas 2011
The students represent the whole country:
Eastern Finland 40%
Metropolitan area (Southern Finland) 30 %
Middle Finland 10%
Western Finland 10%
Northern Finland 10%
Graduated 119 (8/2013)
Actors mean users or producers of social and health services
Data is the hierarchical continuum from data to knowledge
Intervention means the planning, implementation, evaluation or use of services
Technology means social and technical procedures used in processing, analysing, storing or retrieving data related to actions
THE PARADIGM FOR HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES INFORMATICSMain concepts and research focus
Body of Knowledge in Informatics
Steering and organizing of information management in work processes
Conext: Health and Social Care
Use of ICT
Data models, structures
Knowledge management and informatics competences
Education & Research:
The guidance to improve both structure and content of the curriculawasveryrewarding and ithelpedus: