Health Information Management

With a degree in health information, you can go into a career into electronic health records, privacy and security, revenue cycle management, operations-medical records administration, clinical documentation improvement, compliance/risk management, education/communication, informatics/data analytics, and IT and infrastructure.

Our program will equip you with all the skills — analyzing and evaluating patient data, compiling administrative and health statistics, managing health records, improving quality and uses of data, and more — to flourish in a rapidly growing field.

What is health information?

From symptoms, diagnoses, procedures, and outcomes, health information is the record related to a patients’ health history.

If you want to work in healthcare, but not in patient care, health information is a great fit for you. A unique combination of science, technology, and the business of healthcare, health information is dedicated to acquiring, analyzing, and protecting medical information vital for providing quality patient care.

Why study Health Information?

High demand, high rewards

  • The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics projects job growth at 8% through 2029. This doubles the average growth rate (4%) for all occupations.
  • HI professionals with the credentials of a Registered Health Information Technician (RHIT) or Registered Health Information Administrator (RHIA) can earn an average of $55,000 and $100,340 per year, respectively.