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Studying Health Informatics

Health informatics is an interdisciplinary study of methods and concepts used in order to optimise the access to information in the fields of healthcare and biomedicine. The health informatics discipline makes use of IT applications to develop algorithms, collect, store and analyse data in digital formats. Graduates can follow career opportunities like health application designer/developer, public health information officer, and more.

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The U.S. is home to some of the most prestigious universities in the world. It has an internationally renowned education system, and offers a huge variety of English-language courses and speciality degrees.

100 Health Informatics Master's degrees in United States

M.Sc. Nursing - Informatics

Advance as a nurse leader, educator, informaticist or practitioner with Walden’s CCNE-accredited online MSN program. One of the largest and most affordable MSN programs available today with a long history of educating nursing professionals, this program is taught by doctorally prepared faculty members who are experts, practitioners and leaders in the field.

M.Sc. Health Informatics

Through our M.S. in Health Informatics program, you can gain an understanding of how to integrate advanced digital technologies into the field of healthcare.

M.Sc. Health Informatics

The Master of Science in Health Informatics (MSHI) program at Logan University is designed to provide graduate students with a skill-set that helps those new to the field of health informatics to transition into it and those already there to rise to the next professional level. 

M.Sc. Health Informatics

The Jacksonville University Brooks Rehabilitation College of Healthcare Sciences Master of Science in Health Informatics (MSHI) degree prepares students for careers in health informatics through an inter-professional study of the design, development, adoption, and application of technology-based innovations to improve the planning, management and delivery of healthcare services. 

M.Sc. Health Information Technology

Beginning in Fall 2010, Catholic University of America began offering a Master of Science in Information Technology with a concentration in Health Information Technology (MSIT-HIT) to prepare working adults for leadership in this growing field. 

Master Health Information Technology Online

Since the passage of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) in 2010 and the HITECH Act in 2009 (Health IT for Economic and Clinical Health), health care in America has gone through radical changes. This Health Information Technology Online program is offered by the University of South Carolina.

Arnold School of Public Health
M.Sc. Health Informatics

With the Master of Science in Health Informatics, an interdisciplinary program between CCIS and the Bouvé College of Health Sciences, you will gain the knowledge and skills to use information technology to improve healthcare delivery and outcomes. Whether you’re looking to expand current job responsibilities or launch a new career, the program allows you to tailor the coursework to fit your background and advance your career in this growing field

College of Computer & Information Science
M.Sc. Healthcare Informatics

?In our ever-more interconnected world, digital technology is transforming the healthcare industry. From patient charts to hospital orders, healthcare information technology (IT) is streamlining care and improving outcomes. You can help lead the charge with a master’s degree in healthcare informatics. 

M.Sc. Health Informatics

Health informatics is the science of acquiring, storing, retrieving and using healthcare information to foster better collaboration among a patient's various healthcare providers. The goal is to better manage costs by eliminating unnecessary medical expenditures, such as redundant tests, while improving patient care and health outcomes.

M.Sc. Bioinformatics

The Master of Science (M.S.) in Bioinformatics provides students an inter-disciplinary training in computational skills to address problems in biological sciences. The program offers two tracks for students from either a traditional biology or computer science background.

M.Sc. Health Informatics

The Master of Science in Health Informatics program is designed for you - the busy professional juggling career, family and free time. You want excellence. You want convenience. We offer both and more in just 24 months. The program is delivered by the University of Alabama at Birmingham.

M.Sc. Health Outcomes and Informatics

Outcomes research (and related areas such as evidence-based medicine or comparative effectiveness research) integrates business and economics into the context of health care. The overall objective is to gain a better understanding of the quality and costs of various health care practices, deliveries, and interventions.

M.B.A. Health Informatics

New England College’s Master of Business Administration (MBA) program in Health Informatics is targeted to professionals with varying levels of experience who are working in healthcare institutions. 

Master Health Administration

Recognizing that the national health care system is in a period of reform and redesign, the program emphasis involves design/redesign in a 36-credit curriculum. Based on eight core courses defined as the foundation of administration in health care, the degree is designed for part-time professional students already engaged in health administration careers.

Graduate School
M.Sc. Health Informatics

The Master of Science in Health Informatics (MSHI) program at the Medical University of South Carolina is designed to ensure graduates are prepared to select, implement, use, and evaluate healthcare information systems such as electronic health records (EHRs) and data management and analytic systems.

M.Sc. Biotechnology: Bioinformatics

UMUC's Master of Science in Biotechnology has been named Outstanding Online Program by the Sloan Consortium. The Sloan-C awards honor universities around the globe working to advance and innovate online education. Biodefense, bioentrepreneurship, information technology, informatics as our world changes, these specialized areas of knowledge are becoming increasingly sought-after.

Master Bioinformatics

Oregon Health & Science University, Bioinformatics has become increasingly algorithmic and quantitative, in particular in the area known as computational biology. The primary goal of Master’s program in bioinformatics is to provide students with a rigorous grounding in the tools needed to successfully address current problems in the field. Students are thus given the knowledge and skills to become successful researchers and analysts within the field of bioinformatics.

M.Sc. Applied Health Informatics

The federal government's investment in electronic health records and information technology is creating exciting opportunities in the field of health informatics and an unprecedented demand for health IT professionals, who can provide effective solutions through the application of tools of informatics.

M.Sc. Health Informatics

All courses in the Master of Science program are offered conveniently online. And our program allows you to focus on one course at a time but still take two standard (but compressed) courses per semester. On that schedule, you can complete the 36-hour degree (12 courses) program in two years.

M.Sc. Bioengineering: Bioinformatics

Bioinformatics generally describes the science of computational approaches to biological problems below the cellular level. Although evolving, bioinformatics has matured to comprise kernel sub-disciplines. These include biological sequence analysis, the structure and function of proteins and nucleic acids, genetic networks and gene expression, molecular evolution, and hypothesis generation from large-scale data sources.

M.Sc. Health Informatics

The online Master of Science in Health Informatics is designed to equip healthcare professionals with the technical, project management and business skills to stay relevant, and more importantly, to lead industry change.

M.Sc. Biomedical Informatics

The Master’s Degree in Biomedical Informatics provides for a wide range of career opportunities as managers, specialists, scientists, researchers and educators in various health care settings including: hospitals and health care facilities, laboratories, pharmaceutical companies, insurance, private and governmental agencies.

M.Sc. Bioinformatics

Bioinformatics is a new, exciting, multidisciplinary approach to doing biomedical research in which computer science, information technology and biology merge into a single discipline. At VCU, we teach bioinformatics by bringing together the expertise and resources of multiple departments of the university.

M.Ed. Health Education

The program follows a professional development focus, as many of the students are employed in the broad areas of disease prevention andhealth promotion and are pursuing graduate study on a part-time basis. The M.Ed. is a professional degree emphasizing applied research.

Graduate School
M.Sc. Health Informatics

Master of Science in Health Informatics (MSHI) is a science that defines how health information is technically captured, transmitted and used. This program is based on the science behind electronic health records.

M.Sc. Health Care Informatics

Technology plays a significant role in our daily lives and drives much of the business and government activities of the Washington metropolitan area. Moreover, many jobs focus on the efficient and effective management of IT.

Master Health Informatics

The program is designed for individuals from a variety of backgrounds. Applicants who have not completed a bachelor’s degree in health information management may be required to register for additional courses.

M.Sc. Health Informatics

The health informatics field is growing. The Bureau of Labor Statistics projects that employment in the field of health informatics increases 23% by 2022, much faster than average of 11% for all occupations nationwide.

M.Sc. Health Informatics and Analytics

The MS in Health Informatics & Analytics program at Florida International University is at the cutting edge of health informatics, an emergent field that looks at the intersection of people, processes and information in healthcare organizations. From data visualization to big data dashboards, students learn the latest information technology and management principles to prepare for high-demand careers as health informaticians.

M.Sc. Health Policy and Administration

The Master of Science (M.S.) degree in Health Policy and Administration provides a solid foundation of knowledge and skills in health services research. The M.S. in H P A prepares students for further graduate study toward a doctorate in health services research or related fields or for research and analytic work in academic and nonacademic health services research settings.

Graduate School
M.Sc. Health Systems Administration

The master of science in health systems administration provides strategic skills for today’s health care management professionals. Now, as never before, health care is rapidly transforming. The pace of technology and innovation are changing how, when, and where healthcare is provided, and who is providing it. 

M.Sc. Bioinformatics

The Department of Biomolecular Engineering offers M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in Biomolecular Engineering & Bioinformatics combines mathematics, science, and engineering to explore and understand biological data from high-throughput experiments, such as genome sequencing and gene expression chips.

Master Community Health Education (Public Health)

The mission of the Master of Public Health Program in Community Health Education at SIU Carbondale is to promote public health through professional preparation of community health educators, ongoing development of practitioners, community service, and research/evaluation related to public health. 

M.Sc. Health Informatics Administration

The Master of Science in Health Informatics Administration (MSHIA) degree has a dual emphasis: health care administration and informatics (information science) applied to the health care industry. It is geared toward health care professionals as well as information technology professionals who work in health care settings.

M.Sc. Health Informatics

As healthcare makes dramatic strides to adopt new information and communication technologies, there is a growing demand for health informatics professionals. This rapidly-developing field is only beginning to unlock the vast promise of using electronic-based information to advance health care and ultimately improve the health of individuals and populations.

School of Health and Human Services
M.Sc. Neuroimaging and Informatics

Imaging of the living brain is one of the most important and powerful approaches in the neurosciences and biomedical sciences. Visualizing and quantifying the brain in form and function provides a unique opportunity to experimentally examine brain activity, explore connectivity, and measure changes occurring over time.

M.Sc. Medical Informatics

Medical informatics is the intersection of information science, computer science, and health care. This field deals with the resources, devices, and methods required to optimize the acquisition, storage, retrieval, and use of information in health and biomedicine.

M.Sc. Bioinformatics

The Institute of Bioinformatics educates and prepares graduate students to attain mastery and leadership in bioinformatics research and its applications to contribute to the advancement of this new interdisciplinary filed.

M.Sc. Bioinformatics

The requirements for the master's degree are designed with a balanced emphasis on both basic science (biology and biochemistry) and computing, with special focus on the special programming skills most needed in today's pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries.

M.Sc. Health Care Informatics

The HCI Program is designed to meet the demand for highly trained health care informatics professionals by drawing on the experience and expertise of several UWM disciplines: Computer Science-College of Engineering and Applied Science (CEAS), Health Care Administration and Informatics, College of Health Sciences (CHS), Management Information Systems-Lubar School of Business (LSB), and the School of Information Studies.

Graduate Programs
M.Sc. Health Care Informatics

The effective delivery of medical care increasingly requires information technology to harness and systemize this storehouse of knowledge. Through the emerging field of Health Care Informatics, scattered ports of information are pulled together to expedite more comprehensive, accurate care.

Master Health Informatics

Improving the health care system means integrating innovative technology into patient care. The field of health informatics (HI) connects computer science, information science, and health care. HI professionals work with the processes and tools used to record, store, and analyze health care information; and communicate with both health care providers and IT professionals.

Health Sciences
Master Bioinformatics

This degree program has an interdisciplinary curriculum that emphasizes bioinformatics of genomics, proteomics and systems biology, built upon  the  research  strengths  and  bioinformatics infrastructure at the Protein Information Resource (PIR) and Georgetown University. 

M.Sc. Health Informatics

The programs in Health Science and Administration focuses on preparing professionals in the fields of teaching, research, and public service that promote the advancement of public health. Examples of the programs are Audiology, Community Health, Clinical Nurse Leader and many more. Degree options vary from MA, MS, PhD to advanced certificates.

M.Sc. Health Informatics

As the first school of its kind in the United States, the Indiana University School of Informatics and Computing is an innovator in a fast-paced and dynamic field. Our school uniquely integrates computing, social science and information systems design to explore how people use computing and technology to live, work, play and communicate. We then apply that insight to develop innovative IT solutions impacting fields like healthcare, biology, business, law, entertainment and media.

Master Computer Engineering (Bioinformatics)

EDGE enables engineering professional, military members, and students worldwide to participate in courses, certificates, and degree programs from the UF College of Engineering. Engineers can earn a master’s degree at a time and place convenient to them through programs from UF EDGE.