IBM has partnered with Bryan University to develop a healthcare informatics simulation laboratory with the goal of helping to train students on the subject.
Students enrolled in a master’s degree program for applied health informatics will have access to IBM’s analytic tools as they work to analyze healthcare processes and results, Bryan University said Thursday.
The partnership aims to help build up healthcare services and clinical operations through training programs, according to the university.
Bryan University students will use Cognos business intelligence software to examine healthcare data under IBM’s University Relations program.
The Bryan University health informatics program features tools and methods of describing and reporting data for compliance and regulatory demands.