INFORMATION PROCESSING SYSTEMS
Learning outcomes of the course unit
The course, through a company-related approach, aims to provide students with knowledge of the various types of architecture of the Information Systems currently existing in Health companies, as well as an awareness of the various components of the Computer Systems and the major criticalities involved in their use and development.
Course contents summary
1. Organisational System, Information System, Computer System
2. Elements of process re-engineering;
3. Architecture of Health Information Systems (three level model);
4. Different approaches to integration;
5. Evolution of computer platforms (from mainframe to central network systems);
6. Application examples with values at various corporate levels;
7.Inter-company application examples (telemedicine)
8. Fundamental variables of the Computer System.
9. Criticalities of the Computer System.
to be decided
Classroom lecture with the use of visual aids and classroom discussion with students.
Assessment method to be decided at Integrated Course level
The student must have attended at least three-quarters of lecture hours.