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Health informatics is realizing its promise as the connective tissue between medicine
and information science. Relevant policy and payment method reforms are fueling the
growth of clinical informatics positions, such as health information supervisors and
managers, auditors and compliance review staff, and clinical documentation and improvement
specialists. The Health Informatics degree at King provides insight into:
Our program is based on an inter-disciplinary approach, providing classes in healthcare administration, health informatics, and information
technology. The curriculum is focused on the study of structure, function, and transfer
of information, socio-technical aspects of health computing, and the human-computer
interaction. Our program prepares students to:
Health Informatics and Health Information Management are often collectively known
as Health Information Technology (HIT). Health Informatics graduates often find postition
in fields such as:
To view all required courses for a BS in Health Informatics please click here.
For Health Informatics course descriptions please click here.
The Health Informatics program requires a laptop with Microsoft Office 2010 or later,
and wireless and webcam capability.
For information about accreditation click here.