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Master of Health Informatics & Health Information Management - University Of Washington

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Master of
Health Informatics &
Health Information
Management

Part Time / 18 Months / Bellevue

Lead the Future of Health IT

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.

Alumni describe the Master of Health Informatics & Health Information Management curriculum and how the program helped them prepare for careers in healthcare.

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Prepare to Lead

Through an integrated curriculum in leadership, informatics and information management, you’ll learn how to advance health IT systems and lead your organization into the future.

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Deepen Your Expertise

Learn how to work with current and emerging technologies and implement enterprise data resources that help providers make informed health care decisions.

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Earn Your Degree While You Work

The executive format accommodates the schedules of working professionals. Classes meet once a month Thursday through Saturday in Bellevue and once a week by webinar.

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Solve Real-World HIHIM Problems

Apply your technical and management skills and industry knowledge to a real-life health informatics and health information management problem at a health care organization.

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“My master’s degree was absolutely worth it: the value of the education, the knowledge base that you’ll get and the connections that you’ll make. It’s more than just a program.”

Paul Clark

Health Services Manager,
Washington State Department of Corrections