Master of Health Information Management Overview
Health information management (HIM) is a rapidly evolving field with diverse opportunities for qualified professionals. The curriculum intersects business, health care, and data management, and gives you the expertise needed to advance into leadership, administration, education, and research positions in the industry.
Coursework focuses on the design, selection, implementation, support, and maintenance of global health information systems. The curriculum is reviewed and revised continually by industry experts to ensure it reflects the most recent developments in the fast-changing HIM field.
Curriculum is focused on preparing you to:
- Design effective strategies based on concepts of leadership and health information management in administrative and business environments.
- Analyze the impact of economics, ethics, professional standards, and the law on health information.
- Evaluate public policy and health care policies and procedures to support the global health information management industry.
- Compare financial data analytics to optimize health information systems.
See the University Catalog for policy and degree plan information specific to this program.