Nursing informatics is a specialty that integrates nursing science, computer science, and information science to manage and communicate data and knowledge in nursing practice. A nurse specializing in informatics supports healthcare facilities to maximize efficiency, reduce costs, and enhance the quality of patient care. Nurses completing this program will learn how to:
- improve access to patient information
- benchmark, monitor, and measure quality with technology
- implement innovations that can affect patient outcomes and higher quality care
Core foundational nursing courses = 16 hours plus speciality units, depending on ADN or BSN background.
Classes are held on a monthly, weekend-intensive format.
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