Students in this course explore best-practice techniques for communicating with stakeholders in the healthcare industry. The course explores how to understand the needs of the audience, including medical staff, executive management, and business teams. Healthcare data techniques, such as business problem framing, analytics problem processing, and storytelling, are explored. Students create written, digital, and oral presentations, including data visualizations with sensitive data.
Upon completion of this course, students are expected to be able to do the following:
- Conduct stakeholder analysis to prepare high-impact presentations.
- Demonstrate written, digital, and oral communication techniques to visualize, explore, and act on data science findings.
- Secure sensitive datasets for presentation.
- Implement the data analysis lifecycle
- Apply agile project management to produce optimized presentation materials.
Prerequisite: BIA 670 Governance, Ethics, and Legal Considerations in Healthcare, BIA 671 Information Systems for Healthcare Analytics and, BIA 672 Artificial Intelligence for Healthcare .