Master’s in Health Informatics – Marshall University
The Master’s in Health Informatics provides students with high quality education and training that will make them valuable employees in today’s data- and information-driven health care enterprises. Health Informatics is a multidisciplinary profession on the cutting edge which utilizes Information Technologies and Information Management techniques; and integrates them into the health care arena.
Students will focus on three core areas of study:
Information Systems – Focuses on the issues of information system analysis, design and implementation, management, and leadership.
Informatics – Focuses on the study of structure, function, and transfer of information, socio-technical aspects of health computing, and human-computing interactions.
Information Technology – Focuses on computer networks, databases, system administration, programming and security.