TTÜ Department of Health Technologies will start teaching Estonian health care providers how to order IT developments and do it wisely!
This summer Department of Health Technologies launces a tailored course “Targa tellija koolitus - IT arenduste tellimise koolitus tervishoiuvaldkonna töötajatele” for IT and healthcare specialist. Experts from TTÜ, Estonian E-Health Foundation (now Health and Welfare Information Systems Centre) and Dietbooster developed the course with partial funding from the Connected Health Cluster to help health care providers to order new IT developments in a way that brings the most benefit.
Course participants will learn:
- How to describe processes in their organization in a way that they would be realized in the software in way that is expected by the customer
- How to identify stakeholders who will be affected by the new/or changed software and understand their motivation or reluctance to use the software
- What are the stages of software developments and what are data models
Registration is opened in Open University of TTÜ until 31.07.2017.
Members from Connected Health Cluster will receive a discount of 20%. The course will be carried out in Estonian language.