Learn how to implement digital healthcare systems to enhance your management and administration capabilities.
Expand your understanding of the potential for transformative impact of digital health on hospital administration and build your capacity to improve hospital digital information systems and technology solutions from a non-technical perspective.
In this microcredential, using real examples and interviews with industry experts, we will investigate the hospital digital health landscape and assess digital technologies and solutions.
We will critically explore concerns with digital health approaches, and consider implications of digital technologies for hospital administrators.
This microcredential is a pathway for Deakin’s MBA (Healthcare Management) and a number of other healthcare degrees. The microcredential includes three (3) assessment tasks including two case study analyses and a research report. Successful completion offers credit towards a qualification at postgraduate level.
||UK credit modules
*European Credit Transfer System
This microcredential meets the standards set by the Common Microcredential Framework.
This course is designed and delivered by Deakin’s School of Medicine.
Deakin’s School of Medicine is proud of its work-ready graduates who are able to respond to today’s challenges in clinical practice and management.
Our expert team of industry-based consultants and academic practitioners collaborate and leverage their global network to design and deliver this microcredential. The team will guide and share highly valuable insights enabling you to absorb knowledge and integrate it in practice as an effective administrator in the digital age.
Deakin University in partnership with the Australasian Institute of Digital Health is pleased to offer a $100 discount on AIDH individual memberships. This offer is only available to course participants and applicable on AIDH individual memberships until 31 August 2020. Discount code will be provided post enrolment.