Capitalise on the growing demand for health informatics professionals. The University of Miami's Master of Science in Health Informatics is designed for those in the fields of health or technology and taught by unmatched industry leaders. Students will be given access to a top-ranked health informatics and learn the skills required to enjoy a well paid and less strenuous career in the growing field of health informatics.
All online programs are also accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC) and 23 other professional accrediting agencies.
This program prepares you for essential roles as healthcare organizations move toward electronic healthcare record systems. The program is ideal for those working in IT and/or the healthcare industry, but may have experience in only one of those areas.
This program is designed to round out the necessary skill sets for a career in health informatics. UOnline's MS in Health Informatics is different from other masters programs because it provides flexibility, access to the University of Miami’s faculty and network and applicable skills to enjoy a well-paid and less strenuous career in the growing field of health informatics.
The online health informatics program offers an interdisciplinary learning environment delivered by outstanding faculty with extensive real-world experience including CIO Doris Peek of Broward Health System. Most of our faculty still practice, so they understand your demanding workload and will be there to support you!
The MS in biomedical informatics at NYU School of Medicine’s Sackler Institute of Graduate Biomedical Sciences sharpens students’ practical skills in basic science, translational science, and medical research. Our 12-month curriculum produces professionals who can solve challenging biomedical problems. Request our MS in Biomedical Informatics eBook to learn more.
As a student pursuing a master’s degree in biomedical informatics, you learn to create novel computational and quantitative methods and apply them to biomedical research. The vibrant scientific research community at NYU Langone and NYU School of Medicine offers you the chance to work with nationally and internationally recognized faculty researchers in our laboratories, institutes, and departments. You also have access to our in-house high-performance computing facility.
The rapidly growing field of bioinformatics has influenced many recent healthcare developments, including new opportunities for personalized medicine. These innovations, along with a recent growth in high-throughput genomics technologies, have created a demand for skilled bioinformatics professionals.
Our graduates are prepared for biomedical informatics and computational biology careers in academic research, the pharmaceutical or biotechnology industry, medical centers, hospitals, and insurance and consulting companies.
At NYU School of Medicine’s Sackler Institute of Graduate Biomedical Sciences, students in our 12-month MS in biomedical informatics program acquire the skills and knowledge needed for careers in biomedical informatics and computational biology.
We provide rigorous hands-on training in designing experiments, generating and analyzing data, and modeling biomedical systems in real-life situations. We also prepare our students to enter the workforce by enhancing their consulting, communication, and teamwork skills.
Our program teaches the core competencies needed for the American Board of Medical Specialties subspecialty certification in clinical informatics and benefits junior faculty and early-career investigators interested in additional training in informatics.
Our MS in biomedical informatics requires a minimum of 34 credits, including core and elective courses, as well as practical work experience.
The program typically begins in the summer and spans the next two semesters, with an additional consulting practicum the following summer.
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Health informatics studies the nature of medical data and the use of information technology to manage health-related information in medical practice, education, and research. With increases in the application and uses of information technology in the medical industry, there is an unprecedented need for professionals who can combine their knowledge of computing and health care to improve the safety and quality of care delivery, as well as to help control costs.
The MS degree in health informatics applies the creative power of information technology to the information and data needs of health care. This includes the acquisition, storage, and retrieval of patient data, as well as access to electronically maintained medical knowledge for use in patient care, research, and education. Professionals in the field require computing expertise; an understanding of formal medical terminology, clinical processes, and guidelines; and an understanding of how information and communication systems can be used to successfully deliver patient information in various health care settings. The program is offered online only.
The program offers two tracks: the clinician track and analyst track.
To be considered for admission into the MS program in health informatics, candidates must fulfill the following requirements:
Gain the intellectual foundation and specialized skills you need to lead change and make a difference in communities around the world.
The Harvard Chan School master of public health degree will provide you with the breadth of knowledge, subject-specific expertise, specialized skills, and powerful global network you need to forge the career you want in public health. Whether you are a medical doctor, an established public health professional, or new to the field of public health, flexible degree formats and an array of options for specific fields of study will provide you with the right mix of grounding in the core disciplines of public health and a specialized focus to meet your individual goals.
Harvard Chan School MPH graduates have achieved some remarkable things. They have led global efforts to eradicate diseases such as smallpox and Guinea worm disease. They have led departments at hospitals and health care agencies. They have become leaders of ministries of health, humanitarian organizations, corporations, academic institutions, and government agencies. They have developed life-saving vaccines. They have served as surgeons, primary care physicians, and veterinarians. They have become best-selling authors. And they have even become heads of state.
The master of public health degree opens an extraordinary number of pathways to a meaningful career. Which one will you choose?
Today, leading a health care organization takes more than the ability to treat patients. Physicians in managerial roles need to balance financial responsibilities, competitive pressure and human resource needs in order to streamline the health delivery system.
The Master in Health Care Management program offers valuable experience and useful knowledge in a results-oriented environment. Participants gain practical managerial skills to augment their talent as physicians. The program allows participants to continue working full-time while pursuing the degree, and to interact with peers from across the globe.
Utilizing Harvard’s case-based teaching method combined with extensive peer collaboration, the degree program keeps clinical executives on top of trends, issues and competitive strategies unique to the modern health care system.
The Master in Health Care Management degree provides a unique, part-time, experience that delivers the best business management education for working physicians executives in or new to leadership roles in health care organizations.
The health care environment is increasingly competitive and financially driven. At the same time, health care providers have become more involved in managing the health delivery system, in addition to managing patients.
Physicians in managerial roles face important challenges as they struggle to balance financial and competitive constraints with the patient care mission of their organizations.
As the entities delivering health services have grown more corporate and complex, the need to acquire formal managerial and organizational skills has become critical.
You can find more information here: https://www.hsph.harvard.edu/mhcm/programs/
Welcome to the Division of Health Care Management (HCM) where the faculty are dedicated to excellence in the pursuit of knowledge and discovery, respect for diversity and the professional development of students in the health care management field.
The Division offers two degrees Bachelor of Science in Health Care Management (BSHCM) and a Master of Health Administration (MHA). The faculty members are dedicated to excellence in the pursuit of knowledge and discovery, respect for diversity and the professional development of students in the health care management field.
The primary mission of the Division is to provide comprehensive undergraduate and graduate education in health care management thereby increasing the pool of qualified underrepresented groups in this discipline.
The vision of the Division of Health Care Management is to be nationally recognized as a leader in preparing students for high level achievement in the health care industry through our outstanding graduates, curricular innovations, scholarly activities, and service to our community.
The Division of Health Care Management holds the following core values essential to the achievement of the stated mission:
The Master of Science in Health Administration (MHA) degree program is designed to meet the educational needs of both traditional and nontraditional students. Since classes are offered primarily during the evening hours, 5:30 PM – 9:00 PM, Monday – Thursday, this program is ideal for those individuals who wish to maintain their full-time employment while pursuing a graduate degree in health administration. A minimum of fifty-five (55) credit hours, distributed among the core and capstone/residency requirement, is required. The MHA program is an Associate Graduate Candidate Program member of the Association of University Programs in Health Administration (AUPHA).