Information technology is transforming the health care industry, giving providers ready access to electronic health records and other information that can vastly improve health care.
University of Washington’s Master of Health Informatics & Health Information Management program prepares you to step into leadership and technology roles in the development and management of enterprise-level health information systems. Our program offers a unique curriculum that combines leadership development with in-depth training in the rapidly changing field of health IT.
The Master of Health Informatics & Health Information Management program is offered by the UW School of Public Health, ranked sixth among public health graduate schools by U.S. News and World Report. It is taught in collaboration with UW’s top-ranked Master of Health Administration program.
Get the skills and experience to work with current and emerging technology across the health care landscape, including areas such as data analytics, patient engagement, mobile devices and telehealth. Learn how to design and implement enterprise data resources and tools that help providers make better health care decisions while addressing the need for information security, information governance and regulatory compliance.
Prepare to be an effective leader not only in health information technology but in your health care organization. Through our integrated curriculum in leadership, informatics and information management, you’ll gain the skills needed to advance health IT systems and guide large health care organizations into the future.
The MHIHIM program’s executive format is designed to accommodate the busy schedules of working professionals. Classes meet in Bellevue just once a month, Thursday through Saturday, and one night per week by webinar.
November 2, 2016
Early-Decision Application Deadline
March 31, 2017
Regular Application Deadline
June 30, 2017
Final Application Deadline
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