Capstone Project

The capstone project is the culminating project in the University of Washington Master of Health Informatics & Information Management program. It gives you the opportunity to apply your technical and management skills and industry knowledge to a real-life health informatics and health information management problem at a health care organization or related organization in the community.

Here are some examples of past capstone projects: 

  • Ambulatory Staffing Model Improvement Analysis
  • Electronic Case Investigation of COVID Cases for Multiple Skilled Nursing Facilities
  • External e-Consults Pilot Program: A Community Partnership
  • Analysis of a Scheduling Software for Workflow Process Improvement
  • Improving Search Quality of Nursing Procedures Located Within a Policy and Procedure Intranet Library
  • Assuring Timely Clinical Data Abstraction Using Continuous Process Improvement Methods
  • Evaluation of Applicable Health Information Trust Alliance (HITRUST) Compliance Controls for a Multi-Health Care Organization
  • Non-Invasive Biometric Monitoring for the Prevention of COVID-19 Transmission and Deaths in Nursing Homes, Assisted Living and Long-Term Acute Care Facilities