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Logan University offers a Master of Science Degree in Health Informatics. Health Informatics is a rapidly developing scientific field that focuses on information systems design, data management, health policy and public health issues, and is responsible for the design, development and utilization of patient and enterprise-wide data systems. This program is offered entirely online.
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Graduates of the Health Informatics program will have the necessary skills and knowledge to work in places such as hospitals, medical groups and clinics, health insurance organizations, research, policy organizations, hardware and software vendors, internet companies, among many others.
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Why Choose Logan?
- Healthcare professionals who want to develop IT skills to move into health informatics.
- Health information professionals who want to gain expertise in health informatics.
- Information technology (IT) professionals who want to move into health informatics.
- Motivated individuals who are seeking a career that combines expertise in healthcare, IT and business.
: Logan University, a non-profit institution, maintains one of the lowest tuition costs. Federal aid is also available to students who qualify.
: Logan's Health Informatics program is offered completely online and offers an "anytime, anywhere" model of distance education which affords the students time and flexibility to complete their education on their own schedules.
No GRE Required
: Students with a Bachelor's Degree and a GPA of 2.5 or above are not required to take a Graduate Record Exam (GRE).
CPHIMS Certification Opportunity
Graduates of Logan's Health Informatics program have the ability to sit for the Certified Professional in Health Information & Management Systems (CPHIMS) certification. Students with three years of information and management systems experience (two of which are in a healthcare setting) and a graduate degree are qualified to take the CPHIMS exam.
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Logan University is located on 112 acres in Chesterfield, Missouri. The sprawling campus features the Montgomery Health Center, an 18-hole disc golf course, sand volleyball courts, athletic field, Wellness Center and more! Schedule a visit by emailing Admissions@logan.edu
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Degree Goals & Course Information
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