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M.S. in Health Informatics

Analyze Data to Drive Healthcare Improvements

If data fuels organizational decisions, then the path to better decisions begins with better data. The M.S. in Health Informatics focuses on the integration of data, technology and policy that forms the cornerstone of healthcare delivery, research and innovation. With Franklin University’s M.S. in Health Informatics, you’ll gain the skills to turn the ever-increasing amount of patient data into knowledge that improves lives. 

Learn from Experts in a Variety of Disciplines

As you prepare to excel in the emerging discipline of health informatics, you’ll take your cues from faculty who are highly qualified experts in math, computer science and data analysis. You’ll learn key competencies in a variety of disciplines and understand how to apply them to inform solutions in the healthcare industry. 

Now Accepting Applications for Fall 2019

Earn Your M.S. in Health Informatics Online in 12 Months

Urbana University is a branch campus of Franklin University. Accredited and nonprofit, Franklin has built its reputation by removing barriers to higher education for busy adults who balance earning a degree with other commitments. 
Learn more about the M.S. in Health Informatics degree program, including admission requirements, tuition information and application deadlines.


Create and Sustain Health Informatics

With the American Health Information Management Association’s recent transformation of health information management roles to graduate-level professions, there is an industry-wide focus on preparing individuals who are well qualified for the wide range of opportunities that exist. As part of the master’s-level curriculum, you’ll learn to integrate information technology systems, applications and principles into the short- and long-term goals of a healthcare organization. You’ll be able to collect, analyze and prepare data to create dashboards that communicate critical business insights and recommend policies, procedures and systems that manage information as a healthcare asset.


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