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GlobeMed and USJ university launch the Health Information Analysis Diploma

Tuesday, 11 17 2020, Category: Health, Country: Lebanon
GlobeMed Group and the Higher Institute of Public Health (ISSP) at Saint Joseph University have teamed up to offer students a tailored diploma program in Health Information Analysis. The program was launched on October 8th, 2020 and is delivered online by a team of instructors from USJ and GlobeMed. Students from various nationalities and countries in the MENA region have enrolled in the new program with courses extending till July, 2021.

The diploma program, consisting of 20 credits, has been customized around topics vital to the analysis of health information such as health data acquisition and management, analysis of the health systems and health outcome management, biostatistics, business intelligence tools, etc. It gives students coming from various organization such as healthcare providers, research institutes, health ministries and private insurance companies the opportunity to acquire the necessary skills to manipulate and transform data into meaningful information allowing their organizations to make better informed decisions based on scientific approach.

The symbiotic relationship between GlobeMed and USJ goes back to 18 years ago when they first launched the Clinical Coding Program which has trained hundreds of professionals from insurance companies and other private and public health institutions and still running with great success.

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