Learn to manage and lead the delivery of quality health care using the latest informatics technology.
Use an evidence-based approach to understand how health information systems influence strategic planning and daily operations.
Learn to create helpful and efficient health informatics solutions, and then put them into practice.
Our curriculum is credible and relevant, designed around the National
Center for Health Care Leadership Competency Model™ (NCHL).
Our curriculum aligns to Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) industry standards.
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The health care informatics graduate certificate curriculum uses an evidence-based approach, teaching you to address how health information systems influence strategic planning, decision-making, and daily operations.
|Course Number||Course Title|
|MHA5062||Health Care Delivery: New Environments in Health Informatics|
|MHA5064||Health Care Information Systems Analysis and Design for Administrators|
|MHA5066||Cornerstones of Health Informatics for Organizational Operations|
|MHA5068||Leadership, Management, and Meaningful Use of Health Care Technology|
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A visual guide to career options in health administration, policy and advocacy, public health, and nursing.
A look at the differences in nursing, health care, and IT informatics roles.
A quick guide to how health care and nursing informatics are related, how they're different, and potential career paths.