Health Informatics Curriculum and Training for Transformation

The HICATT program is a free informatics training program to help health care professionals advance care transformation for their patients.  Led by the University of Texas School of Biomedical Informatics and funded by the Office of the National Coordinator, OFMQ has been selected to provide training in Oklahoma through this grant to any health care professional.

Who is eligible for training?
Any currently employed health care professionals working in hospitals, clinics, long-term care facilities, accountable care organizations and more are invited to participate.  This includes roles such as information technology/systems, medical assistants, nurses, physicians, office managers, and administrators. 

What will I learn?
Training is offered in five areas including:

  • Care Coordination and Interoperability of Health IT Systems
  • Health Care Data Analytics
  • Patient-Centered Care
  • Population Health Management
  • Value-Based Care Purchasing

Where is training taught?
The 12 hour continuing education training program is conveniently taught online and in person.  Participants who successfully finish training will earn a certificate of completion.

Why should I participate?

  • Improve the quality of health care in your community.
  • Upgrade your health informatics knowledge.
  • Gain new skills to advance your career.
  • Prepare yourself for value based care that beings in 2017.

When can I start?
Training will take place at various times from September 2016-May 2017

How can I sign up?
Go to the HICATT SIGN UP page and complete the interest survey.  Once scheduling begins, OFMQ will contact you with more information. Space is limited so sign up today!