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PHYS 308. Medical Informatics for Radiologic Technologists

Credits: 3
Department: Physics
Description: Information systems and computer technology as applied to usage in Radiologic Imaging, charting, administration and research.
Prerequisites: MATH 112, PHYS 231
Semester Offered: Fall
Grading Method: ABCDF

Student Learning Outcomes

1. List, define, diagram, discuss, and explain key terms and concepts in medical imaging information systems and computer technology appropriate for an upper-division university course.
2. Use and explain the function of computer hardware and software.
3. Explain what relevant software can be used for and how it is used.
4. Solve numerical problems in medical informatics appropriate for an upper-division university course.
5. Recite, discuss, and apply regulations and standards related to medical informatics.
6. Define, explain, use, and calculate parameters used to quantify image quality appropriate for an upper-division university course.






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