Development of IT skills, Competence of the Healthcare Workforce

Competency-based Framework for eHealth Career Paths Workshop

Description:

As e-health technologies expand across the GCC region, human resources are the most critical prerequisite for the successful digital healthcare transformation. Digital health require a well-trained and highly skilled workforce that progresses through well-defined career path. .A half-day workshop is put forward to exchange views and experiences on current trends and challenges associated with developing a competency-based framework for career paths on Biomedical & Health Informatics disciplines, Health Information Management, Healthcare IT, Health Data Science and Revenue Cycle Management professions.As e-health technologies expand across the GCC region, human resources are the most critical prerequisite for the successful digital healthcare transformation. Digital health require a well-trained and highly skilled workforce that progresses through well-defined career path. .A half-day workshop is put forward to exchange views and experiences on current trends and challenges associated with developing a competency-based framework for career paths on Biomedical & Health Informatics disciplines, Health Information Management, Healthcare IT, Health Data Science and Revenue Cycle Management professions.

Objectives:

  • Develop a GCC-specific Competency-based Framework for eHealth career paths
  • Identify competencies associated with various levels of each eHealth career path that refer to academic education, professional certification programs and logs of projects and implementations
  • Orchestrate group discussions as basis for building an integrative model through a qualitative study

Target Audience:

  • Professional in Biomedical & Health Informatics, HIM, HIT, Data Science and Revenue Cycle Management
  • Educators in the above domains
  • eHealth professionals organizations & certification programs providers
  • Human Resources specialist in healthcare organizations

 

Speaker:

    • Dr Amr Jamal, Chairman of Family and Community Medicine Department at King Saud University, School of Medicine & Secretary General Consultant for informatics and digital transformation, Saudi Commission for Health Specialties
    • Dr Doug Fridsma, President & CEO, American Medical Informatics Association (AMIA)
    • Wylecia Wiggs Harris, CEO, American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA
    • Harpreet Sood, Associate CCIO, NHS England

Date: 02  November 2019

Timing: 09:00 am-13:00 pm

Registration Fee: 250 USD             

 

To download the workshop flyer, please click here: 

 

 Competency-based-Framework.pdf

 

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