Jones & Bartlett | English | 2018 | ISBN-10: 128410396X | 426 pages
by Ashish Joshi (Author), Lorna Thorpe (Author), Levi Waldron (Author)
Population Health Informatics addresses the growing opportunity to use technology to implement evidence-based solutions for the improvement of population health outcomes. While most health informatics texts take a hospital-centric approach, this innovative new first edition focuses on how to operationalize informatics solutions to address important public health challenges impacting individuals, families, communities, and the environment in which they live.
Population Health Informatics uses a practical, step-by-step approach to implement evidence-based, data- driven population informatics solutions. Perfect for students of public health and other interdisciplinary fields with an interest in population health informatics, this book fulfills a key component of the new Association of Schools and Programs of Public Health (ASPPH) recommendations for “Critical Content of the Core for a 21st Century MPH Degree.”
• Demonstrates how technology can be used at the intersection of clinical care and health sciences to strengthen efforts for preventive care at the population level.
• Offers practical coverage of critical topics such as big data, cloud computing, mobile health, surveillance, and visualization–all from the perspective of the end user using simple, reader friendly language.
• Uses a grassroots approach to technology interventions and solutions, providing students with a clear understanding of how to address the needs of various health technology stakeholders.
About the Author
Associate Dean of Students, Associate Professor, CUNY Graduate School of Public Health and Health Policy, New York, New York