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برامج المعلوماتية الصحية في المملكة

تخصص المعلوماتية الصحية يدرس في عدة جامعات حكومية بالمملكة منها ما يدرس التخصص للبكالريوس والماجستير ومنها ما يدرس دبلومات متخصصة بالتعاون مع جامعات عالمية. القائمة التالية تحتوي على أمثلة لعدة برامج في المجال ولعدد من المراحل

مرحلة البكالريوس

الجامعة السعودية الإلكترونية

 جامعة الملك سعود بن عبدالعزيز للعلوم الصحية

جامعة حائل

جامعة الدمام

جامعة أم القرى

جامعة القصيم

جامعة جازان

الماجستير

جامعة الملك سعود بن عبدالعزيز للعلوم الصحية

جامعة الملك سعود تدرس التخصص كا احد فروع تخصص الصحة العامة

دبلومات في التخصص

جامعة الملك سعود تدرس دبلوم بالتعاون مع جامعة اوريغون الأمريكية مدته ٣ أشهر

 بعض الجامعات تدرس التخصص وتخصص ادارة المعلومات الصحية في نفس الوقت والبعض الاخر في مرحلة تطوير البرنامج ومن ثم تدريسه. بالتوفيق وهنا التعريف من الجامعة السعودية الإلكترونية

“تعنى المعلوماتية الصحية برفع كفاءة وجودة الخدمات الصحية وتعزيز السلامة من خلال الاستخدام الأمثل لتقنية الحاسب ونظم المعلومات وأسس الإدراة وتوظيفها بشكل فعال في قطاع الخدمات الصحية. وتخدم المعلوماتية الصحية وسائل جمع وتخزين المعلومات الصحية ومن ثم إدارة تلك المعلومات بشكل يجعل الوصول لها والاستفادة منها متيسراً بما في ذلك تسهيل مشاركة المعلومات بين القطاعات المعنية المختلفة.”

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The 10 E’s in e-health

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“As such, the “e” in e-health does not only stand for “electronic,” but implies a number of other “e’s,” which together perhaps best characterize what e-health is all about (or what it should be).

  1. Efficiency – one of the promises of e-health is to increase efficiency in health care, thereby decreasing costs. One possible way of decreasing costs would be by avoiding duplicative or unnecessary diagnostic or therapeutic interventions, through enhanced communication possibilities between health care establishments, and through patient involvement.
  2. Enhancing quality of care – increasing efficiency involves not only reducing costs, but at the same time improving quality. E-health may enhance the quality of health care for example by allowing comparisons between different providers, involving consumers as additional power for quality assurance, and directing patient streams to the best quality providers.
  3. Evidence based – e-health interventions should be evidence-based in a sense that their effectiveness and efficiency should not be assumed but proven by rigorous scientific evaluation. Much work still has to be done in this area.
  4. Empowerment of consumers and patients – by making the knowledge bases of medicine and personal electronic records accessible to consumers over the Internet, e-health opens new avenues for patient-centered medicine, and enables evidence-based patient choice.
  5. Encouragement of a new relationship between the patient and health professional, towards a true partnership, where decisions are made in a shared manner.
  6. Education of physicians through online sources (continuing medical education) and consumers (health education, tailored preventive information for consumers)
  7. Enabling information exchange and communication in a standardized way between health care establishments.
  8. Extending the scope of health care beyond its conventional boundaries. This is meant in both a geographical sense as well as in a conceptual sense. e-health enables consumers to easily obtain health services online from global providers. These services can range from simple advice to more complex interventions or products such a pharmaceuticals.
  9. Ethics – e-health involves new forms of patient-physician interaction and poses new challenges and threats to ethical issues such as online professional practice, informed consent, privacy and equity issues.
  10. Equity – to make health care more equitable is one of the promises of e-health, but at the same time there is a considerable threat that e-health may deepen the gap between the “haves” and “have-nots”. People, who do not have the money, skills, and access to computers and networks, cannot use computers effectively. As a result, these patient populations (which would actually benefit the most from health information) are those who are the least likely to benefit from advances in information technology, unless political measures ensure equitable access for all. The digital divide currently runs between rural vs. urban populations, rich vs. poor, young vs. old, male vs. female people, and between neglected/rare vs. common diseases.

In addition to these 10 essential e’s, e-health should also be

  • easy-to-use,
  • entertaining (no-one will use something that is boring!) and
  • exciting

– and it should definitely exist!

We invite other views on the definition of e-health and hope that over time the journal will be filled with articles which together elucidate the realm of e-health.

Gunther Eysenbach

Read More at:
https://tspace.library.utoronto.ca/html/1807/4615/jmir.html

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خصائص ومهارات شخصية مطلوبة للنجاح في مجال المعلوماتية الصحية |المعلوماتية الطبية| الصحية الإلكترونية

A Successful Career in Health IT Takes the Right Stuff

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by Frank Myeroff, PresidentFrank Myeroff
Direct Consulting Associates, Cleveland, Ohio,

The field of health IT is not only one of the hottest occupations today, but it shows no signs of slowing down.   In fact, high growth is expected in hand health IT in the next decade, according to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics.

Due to the convergence of government regulations, mobility, and emerging technologies to improve patient health information as well as patient care, a robust health IT market has been created that’s  hungry for good talent and willing to offer attractive remuneration to get it.

However, it’s important to point out that healthcare organizations are looking to hire contract and perm placement health IT professionals who have the “right stuff” to be successful and promotable in this career.  Having the right stuff means looking beyond education, knowledge, and experience to pinpoint the qualities and soft skills required to be successful on the job.

These 6 traits are considered invaluable when acquiring talent since health IT professionals make a direct impact on patient safety and quality measures that improve the patient’s experience:

Excellent Communication Skills. Emphasis placed on health IT professionals who are not only articulate, but who are also active listeners and can communicate with any audience. Good communicators are able to build bridges with colleagues, customers, and vendors.

Integrity: Recently a health IT consultant shared with us that he feels health IT professionals need to bring one thing to the table with them, and that’s integrity. He told us, “Without it, you have nothing. But with it, you’ll gain the respect of those around you.”  Well said.

Strong Work Ethic. Organizations benefit greatly when their people are reliable, have initiative, work hard, and are diligent. Workers exhibiting a good work ethic are usually selected for more responsibility and promotions.

Problem-Solving Skills. Today’s healthcare organizations want health IT professionals who can adapt to new situations and demonstrate that they can creatively solve problems, when they arise. To be considered for a management or leadership role, problem-solving skills are a must.

Acting as a Team Player. Clearly, a worker who knows how to cooperate with others is an asset. They understand the importance of everyone being on the same page in order to achieve organizational goals.

Flexibility & Adaptability. Health IT technologies, businesses and climates change quickly. Job descriptions are becoming more fluid. Therefore, health IT professionals who are able to adapt to changing environments and take on new duties are becoming more valued. Those who rely on technical skills alone limit how much they can contribute.

The good news is that these traits and soft skills can be learned. In addition, as health IT opportunities continue to grow and evolve, good talent can grow with them.  This is an exciting time to be in the health IT profession.

 

Direct Consulting Associates (DCA) joins the HIMSS Innovation Center in Cleveland, Ohio, as a Supporting Collaborator. DCA is aCleveland, Ohio based healthcare IT consulting and staffing firm. For more information, please contact Frank Myeroff, President, at 440-996-0051 / fmyeroff@dc-associates.com and visit our website at www.dc-associates.com.

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مؤتمر وزارة الصحة وجمعية أنظمة المعلومات والإدارة للرعاية الصحية: تسجيل الحوار

التسجيل الصوتي التالي لحلقة الحوار التي عقدت في بداية مؤتمر وزارة الصحة وجمعية أنظمة المعلومات والإدارة الصحية بالشرق الأوسط. في بداية التسجيل الدكتور محمد خشيم يلقي نظرة سريعة على النظام الصحي السعودي ومن ثم يبدء الحوار بين الاعضاء ويختتم بإلقاء نظرة على مشاريع الصحة الإلكترونية يقدمها الدكتور عبدالله الوهيبي

الجزء الأول

الجزء الثاني

الجزء الثالث

الجزء الرابع

الجزء الخامس

الجزء السادس

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