Business Analyst Healthcare IT

Healthcare Business Analysts are responsible for identifying needs for change, assessing the impact of the change, capturing and documenting requirements and then ensuring that those requirements are delivered though supporting the business from the implementation process.

Introduction:

Healthcare Business Analysts are responsible for identifying needs for change, assessing the impact of the change, capturing and documenting requirements and then ensuring that those requirements are delivered though supporting the business from the implementation process. IT solutions have found its root in each and every field and healthcare sector is not an exception to the rule. Modern healthcare industry is more or less depended on the IT sector. The healthcare industry was going very slow in the implementation of healthcare IT solutions for the very reason that the industry depends more on individual knowledge and judgment than the IT itself. Despite the fact that information technology can not be a substitute for human brains; modern healthcare is highly depended on IT.

Healthcare IT refers to the use of both computer hardware and software that deals with the storage, retrieval, sharing, and use of health care information, data, and knowledge for communication and decision making. Healthcare IT provides the framework which describes the comprehensive management of health information across computerized systems and its secure exchange of information between consumers, providers, government and quality entities, and insurers. Health information technology (HIT) is in general increasingly viewed as the most promising tool for improving the overall quality, safety and efficiency of the health delivery system and is now accepted globally. This includes assisting doctors as coders, clinical work as medical assistant, preparing medical bills for insurance companies, and billing coding procedures. Other things include preparing patients for medical exams, filing, and fixing appointments. Such work must be done with extreme care and one must first learn to carry out these responsibilities.

Objective:
  1. Understand and justify the role of the Business Analyst in the healthcare IT domain
  2. Describe the Business Analyst's relationships with healthcare and IT stakeholders
  3. Understand the healthcare (Payer and Provider) project lifecycle and the BA's role within project (including how this is affected by approaches using Agile or traditional waterfall model)
  4. Understand the importance of project definition and scope
  5. Understand and use the basic principles and rules of Business Analysis
  6. Understand and use basic process modelling techniques (BPMN)
  7. Understand the different types of requirement and the need for requirements documentation
  8. Elicit and document functional and non-functional requirements
  9. Understand and gain hands on experience about the basic competencies required to work as a BA in the healthcare IT sector
  10. Be aware of employers need when applying for Healthcare Business Analysts job
  11. Understand how to find best suited position of Healthcare Business Analyst
Key Features:
  1. 30+ Hrs of Instructor Led Online Class
  2. One of the best curriculum and in sync with latest Healthcare IT standards
  3. Real Time Projects and Assignments
  4. Role specific Training
  5. Study material access like eBooks, video recording, PPTs, PDFs etc
  6. Life time access to Self-Paced e-Learning content.
  7. Resume and Interview Tips
  8. Real time projects / assignments
  9. 100% money back.
Eligibility:
  1. This course is suitable for:
  2. IT Business Analysts and System Analysts
  3. IT Quality Assurance (Testing).
  4. Non IT professionals aspiring to get into Healthcare IT Industry.
  5. Self-taught IT Business Analysts and Quality Assurance wanting to fill in the gaps and put all the pieces together
  6. Technical people who are interested in expanding their role into Healthcare IT.
  7. Executives and Managers want to get into Healthcare Industry
  8. Have recently employed as a Healthcare Business Analyst
  9. Are expected to complete some Business Analysis work as part of their role, but may not be a full time Healthcare Business Analyst
  10. The course is also suited to anyone embarking on a career within IT or project management who requires an understanding of the Healthcare IT domain as Business Analyst role and the need for robust requirements.