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The Technion-Cornell Dual Master’s Degrees in Health Tech gives students the technical and entrepreneurial skills needed to create new digital technologies for patients, clinicians and communities.
From data-mining techniques that track public health trends to apps that facilitate the connection between patients and providers, technology has the potential to transform how healthcare is delivered and experienced. The Technion-Cornell Dual Master’s Degrees in Health Tech will put you on the cutting edge of that transformation.
Through a rigorous interdisciplinary curriculum designed with input from leading hospitals, insurance companies, medical schools and health organizations, you'll combine an exceptional technical education with the industry-specific knowledge you need to develop innovative new products and services that address real healthcare needs.
Working in cross-functional teams with classmates from across Cornell Tech's diverse and exceptionally talented student body, you'll develop tech-driven solutions for real clients with real business needs in the Product Studio program and create a new business in the Startup Studio. You'll also pursue a Specialization Project in a health tech subject of your choosing.
What you're doing in the real world after you graduate, you can actually do while you're in school.”
This course explores the digital systems used in the delivery and management of healthcare, from mobile health and patient-facing technologies to Electronic Health Record (EHR) systems, Clinical Decision support systems, and Insurance claims data analysis. This course is appropriate for advanced students who have no or limited knowledge in health or health IT.
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