MS Master of Science in Information Systems and Technology Management Health Information Management specialization
Elevate your career and prepare to meet the health care system's growing demand for IT professionals with an online Master's program in Health Information Management that focuses on the essential skills required of IT managers in dynamic, global organizations. By examining IT-management best practices, exploring new ideas and learning to use data and analytics, you'll build the skills to develop and implement health care business strategies. You'll benefit from hard-earned insight and valuable mentoring of faculty with real-world experience as IT managers, leaders and consultants. And you'll focus on the specific issues that IT managers have identified as the greatest challenges faced by the industry today, thanks to a curriculum shaped by a panel of business leaders, IT consultants and other industry experts. With a specialized path for career changers, this program also offers those transitioning into the field a separate course sequence to build foundational knowledge before encountering advanced IT concepts.
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With your Master's in Health Information Management from Capella, you'll analyze the architecture and standards used to manage health care data. You'll also learn to evaluate health care organization, process and delivery. Discover specifically what you'll learn — and how you can apply it.
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Common jobs with an online Master's in Health Information Management include applied health informatics researcher, corporate health information manager/officer, healthcare data analyst, health information application developer, information technologist or public health information officer. Potential workplaces include: HMO administrative office, health care clinic, hospital, insurance provider or long-term care organization.
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