2020-2021 Catalog 
    
    Jan 17, 2021  
2020-2021 Catalog

Certificate in Healthcare Analytics


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School: California School of Management and Leadership

Modality(ies): Hybrid, on-ground, online

Calendar(s): 8-week term

CIP Code: 51.2706

Program Description/Overview


Healthcare organizations increasingly rely on professionals for data-driven decision making to help guide them to strategically organize and analyze medical and healthcare-related information. This certificate provides the knowledge and skills to improve health care through the use of innovative and essential techniques that enable the delivery of efficient and quality healthcare analytics. Students learn to select, prepare, analyze, interpret, evaluate and present health data related to health system performance and effectiveness. Students will improve problem-solving skills and their ability to lead in making data-driven decisions.

The 9 credits in this graduate certificate are graduate-level credits and students can transfer the certificate courses to Alliant’s Master of Science in Healthcare Analytics (MSHA) degree program.

Program Learning Outcomes/Goals


  1. Conduct diagnostic and prescriptive statistical evaluations of healthcare data
  2. Apply predictive and prescriptive data analysis to communicate patterns to stakeholders
  3. Recognize, articulate, and utilize key performance and financial indicators in health information analysis and reporting.
  4. Effectively synthesize ontological classifications, nomenclature, and coding into healthcare systems and analytics processes.

Credit Units


Total Credit Units: 9

Total Core Credit Units: 9

Total Elective Credit Units: N/A

Total Concentration Credit Units: N/A

Curriculum Plan


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