Who is this class for: General interest Professional or Graduate


Created by:  Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai

  • Bruce J Darrow, MD, PhD

    Taught by:  Bruce J Darrow, MD, PhD, VICE PRESIDENT MSHS | President's Office ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR | Medicine, Cardiology ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR | Population Health Science and Policy

    Cardiology

  • Nicholas G Genes, MD, PhD

    Taught by:  Nicholas G Genes, MD, PhD, ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR | Emergency Medicine ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR | Genetics and Genomic Sciences

    Emergency Medicine
Commitment10 – 15 hours
Language
English
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4.7 stars
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The Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, in New York City is a leader in medical and scientific training and education, biomedical research and patient care.
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Rated 4.7 out of 5 of 61 ratings

Great content delivered with excellent clarity. And I like the emphasis on interviews with experts. I should have taken this course before completing my masters thesis. My life would have been so much easier. Thanks to Doctors Darrow and Genes.

As a person new to healthcare I enjoyed the course as it helped me to better understand the complexities of implementing eHealth as well as providing a snapshot of where the industry has come from and where it is moving. I especially enjoyed round tables and interviews. As a suggestion I would appreciate to hear nurse's perspectives as well and maybe aged-care facility carer too -- someone who does not necessary has input into the development but has to deal with the product -- most of the current interviews were with people in leadership positions or physicians.

Great updates on Health IT. Appreciated very much the interviews - particularly the one in Lesson 1 with the CIO.

A very well documented in depth introduction of health IT that opened my understanding of past and future expectations. I am glad I enrolled.

Julius.