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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eHealth Curriculum Process Health e-Workforce Consortium
IT Core Curriculum Microsoft Technology Associate Certification
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
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.
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
Health IT Core Curriculum CAHIMS Certification
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.)
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
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
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
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
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
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
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?
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