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eHealth Curriculum Process. Health e-Workforce Consortium. eHealth Curriculum Framework. IT Core Curriculum. Microsoft Technology Associate Certification. MTA Overview. suite of certification products

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    1. eHealth Curriculum Process Health e-Workforce Consortium

    2. eHealth Curriculum Framework

    3. IT Core Curriculum Microsoft Technology Associate Certification

    4. MTA Overview • suite of certification products • helps schools teach and validate core IT infrastructure, software development, and database administration knowledge • provides students with IT career exploration opportunities, while allowing them to demonstrate aptitude for more advanced certifications, internships, apprenticeships, and some entry-level jobs

    5. MTA Candidate Profile • MTA candidates are able to understand and explain fundamental concepts of the topic on which they are being tested. Hands-on hardware or technology experience is recommended, but not always required. • Only one exam needed to earn an MTA certification and gain access to Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP) resources and benefits.

    6. MTA Exams • Software Development Fundamentals • Networking Fundamentals • Database Administration Fundamentals • Security Fundamentals • Windows Server Administration Fundamentals • Windows Operating System Fundamentals • Microsoft .NET Fundamentals • HTML 5 Application Development Fundamentals • Gaming Development Fundamentals • Windows Development Fundamentals • Web Development Fundamentals • Mobile Development Fundamentals

    7. Software Development Fundamentals

    8. Networking Fundamentals

    9. Database Administration Fundamentals

    10. Health IT Core Curriculum CAHIMS Certification

    11. CAHIMS Certified Associate in Healthcare Information and Management Systems • New entry level Health IT certification administered by HIMSS – 2013 • NSF- funded development project • Collaboration between: • Bellevue College • HIMSS (Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society) • AMP (Applied Measurement Professionals, Inc.)

    12. CAHIMS A valuable credential, qualifying professionals to facilitate and improve the quality of health IT and business management systems across the healthcare setting. • designed for emerging professionals within the industry (five years or less of experience) • demonstrates knowledge of health IT and management systems, facilitating entry-level careers in health IT • career pathway to the CPHIMScredential

    13. CAHIMS Target Candidates • Individuals looking to work in a healthcare setting or mid-level professionals seeking career change • Those who want to learn more about health IT, including clinicians • Non-IT professionals, working in other departments, who work as an extension of the IT department • Those enrolled in a healthcare or health IT academic program at the undergraduate or graduate level • Veterans returning from active duty

    14. CAHIMS Curriculum Modules • Healthcare Environment • Technology Environment in Healthcare • HIMSAnalysis and Design • HIMSSelection and Acquisition • HIMSImplementation and Management • HIMSTesting and Evaluation • Privacy and Security • Leadership and Planning • Professionalism and Communication Skills

    15. Curriculum Approval Process

    16. Bellevue College Curriculum Role • Support partner colleges in curriculum development through: • Curriculum design and implementation best practices • Curriculum templates and requirement specifications • Curriculum review and approval process • Curriculum development consulting • Repository of curriculum development and implementation practices, and curricular modules developed by partner colleges

    17. eHealth Curriculum Framework

    18. Certificate Approval Process • Program title, description, goals and learning outcomes • How does the program map to the project curriculum framework? Which areas of focus in HIT does the program align to? • How is the program aligned to industry needs? Was it validated by and/or designed in collaboration with industry? • Clear entry requirements and target jobs including knowledge, skills and/or prior work experience students should have prior to entering the program • Clear career pathways and PLA entry points and processes

    19. Curriculum Details • Total length of program/module (credits/hours) • List of courses/modules, including: Course/module description and learning outcomes; Number of credits/ hours for each course/module • Sample activities and assessments for each course/module • Implementation plan and strategies • Evaluation plan for curriculum and implementation effectiveness

    20. Curriculum Infusion Approval Process • Module(s) description, content and learning outcomes • How does the HIT modules align to and complement the overall program? • How is the infused curriculum aligned to industry needs and the overall program career pathway?

    21. Michèle Royer Bellevue College