How will this course help you?
The three key learning objectives are for you to be able to:
1. Prepare, and appraise, strategies for digital health
By the end of the course, you will be able to blend current literature and the experiences of your peers to assess key challenges in digital health. You will have armed yourself with the appropriate toolkits to evaluate areas of cost efficiencies and growths in benefits for multiple stakeholders. The toolkits provided will also support you in comparing and evaluating different national digital health strategies to identify the digital health solutions that might be required for your own country. You will be able to critically appraise vision and mission statements for a digital health strategy, and assess a range of illustrative digital health interventions to determine their relative merits in making your investment case.
2. Plan for the interoperability of digital health solutions
In order to best adapt solutions to a fast-changing future, you will be able to formulate your key priorities for implementing digital health governance. Set up the key actions needed to introduce different types of registries, and the key actions to introduce unique identifiers. The course also ensures you are comfortable in analyzing the benefits and risks of introducing health client registries.
3. Plan the actions needed to introduce digital health records in three types of settings and identify key management and behavioral changes
We equip our students with the skills to critically appraise management action plans and monitor evaluation frameworks in existing digital health strategies. It is also important that by the end of this course you can identify the behavioral changes required in yourself and your own organizations in order to most effectively implement improved digital health.