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The certificate program in health informatics is designed for individuals experienced in handling and processing highly sensitive and confidential medical information. This program is available in the online format.
Program coursework includes:
For more information visit http://www.mc.edu/academics/mhsa.
At Mississippi College, we understand that as a working adult, you have a lot to balance between work, family and school. That’s why our Master of Science in Health Informatics degree program allows you to take classes entirely online. Now you can study from anywhere with an internet connection.
If you’re interested in earning a health or informatics degree, contact Mississippi College today.
For those students pursuing health informatics careers, Mississippi College is your partner in making a smooth transition from classroom to career. Our comprehensive career advising services help you reach beyond your learning experience to find your place among a wide spectrum of health informatics degree jobs.
A career in health informatics intersects health care and information technology in a variety of medical care settings. As a health information manager, you can reduce health care costs, expand patient access to quality care, and improve the quality of health care services through ensuring accurate and timely delivery of critical health information.
Those pursuing a path in health informatics have the opportunity to contribute information management expertise in a health care setting. Job roles can include:
The current health informatics job outlook includes a 22 percent growth rate between 2012 and 2022, and an average health informatics salary of $34,160.
For more about health informatics degree career information, visit our Career Services department.
Mississippi College's physical address is 200 S. Capitol Street, Clinton, MS 39056.