Learning how to be a Chief Information Officer (CIO) in dentistry

by Larry Emmott on December 22, 2012

in General,Management

Dr. Titus Schleyer the Director of the Center for Dental Informatics at the University of  Pittsburgh is offering a fifteen unit graduate level course on technology for dentists.

Successfully implementing and using health information technology (HIT) requires more than just knowledge about technology. It is, essentially, a complex, socio-technical challenge. Therefore, the course delivers solid technical knowledge about informatics, as well as leadership and management skills. The course is not designed to make participants into experts in everything “technology.” Rather, it delivers a strong technology- and management-focused package to help them succeed at implementing electronic dental records (EDR) and other technologies.

via Learning how to be a Chief Information Officer (CIO) in dentistry: A new online course | Dental Informatics Blog.

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