Thrive in a growing, lucrative field with your master’s in health informatics online.
The use of biomedical data, information, and knowledge to improve health care is transforming an in-demand industry by helping providers assess and treat patients more effectively. When applied to public health, informatics improves decision-making and the monitoring of diseases. As a result, health informatics has emerged as a meaningful and attractive career choice. At several online job sites, salaries for health informaticists average between $75,000 and $150,000. And the Bureau of Labor Statistics noted that the employment of operations research analysts is projected to increase 26% by 2028.
To help meet the need for professionals who lead and innovate in the delivery of health care, Drake University offers a master’s in health informatics and analytics online. The 30-credit health informatics and analytics degree program is delivered 100% online and taught by expert faculty members.
When you graduate with a master’s in health informatics, you’ll be prepared to:
- Design solutions to biomedical or health information problems.
- Describe the history, goals, methods, and current challenges of the major health science fields.
- Integrate and apply the theories, models, and tools from behavioral, business, social, and information sciences.
- Apply disciplinary models to address social and behavioral problems.
- Demonstrate consideration and respect for the role of users in the design and application of information systems.
About the College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences
The College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences (CPHS) prepares students for the future of health care. Whether graduates are pursuing practice, administration, or research, they receive the foundational knowledge, skills, and perspectives that allow them to excel in their chosen career path. The CPHS faculty and staff are committed to developing leaders who are committed to lifelong learning, innovation, and excellence.
Drake CPHS’s programs are accredited by the following organizations:
- PharmD – Accreditation Council on Pharmaceutical Education (ACPE). Drake is among 145 accredited programs nationally. The program is tied for 4th among private pharmacy schools, according to the US News & World Report graduate school rankings. To earn accreditation, schools meet twenty-five (25) standards. Accreditation reviews occur every eight years. Drake’s program has been continuously accredited since 1972, most recently in 2017.
- OTD – Accreditation Council for Occupational Therapy Education (ACOTE). Drake is among 38 accredited programs nationally. To earn accreditation, schools meet 204 standards.