Master of Science in Health Informatics
As information technology continues to transform healthcare, there is a need for specialists in the innovative field of health informatics. Graduates are prepared to become world-class innovators and leaders in the 21st century digital revolution.
Program Learning Outcomes
Graduates with a Master of Science in Health Informatics are prepared to:
- Lead the development and application of emerging information technologies to improve all aspects of health care delivery.
- Master the "language" of health care, navigate the rules around using medical data, and utilize relevant information to assess changes in the health care system.
- Utilize health information technology for decision support, knowledge management, strategic planning, and outcomes assessment.
- Effectively interface between the technology developers and the clinical user community.
- Assure that healthcare information technology advances patient information security and confidentiality and promote ethical health care decisions.