Offered at IUPUI by Luddy School of Informatics, Computing, and Engineering
Offered 100% online
Get your Health Informatics master’s degree entirely online.
Turn information overload into a healthcare asset when you earn a Master of Science in Health Informatics through the IU School of Informatics and Computing at IUPUI. For your convenience, you can earn this 36-credit-hour degree entirely online.
Tap into the potential of medical data and wield it as a decision-making tool to empower patients and practitioners. By understanding how to use information effectively, you can analyze and protect patient data, improve the quality of health care, and make health care more efficient.
The complexity of electronic health records and reimbursement systems demands professionals who understand how to classify, analyze, and responsibly store medical data on a large scale. This multidisciplinary degree integrates health care, health information, informatics, and other fields into one comprehensive course of study that equips you to use emerging technologies to meet evolving healthcare needs.
Our graduates create technology used on the front lines of medicine, shaping the privacy and security of health information and helping clinical teams use digital devices and new applications to serve more patients. They work in acute-care hospitals, health computing industries, pharmaceutical companies, insurance companies, and government agencies. Those who rely on their expertise include clinicians, researchers, healthcare educators, health organization administrators, and health policy analysts.
The IUPUI campus has a strong healthcare focus. The Regenstrief Institute; the IU School of Medicine; the IU Simon Cancer Center; and many other healthcare schools, programs, and centers make IUPUI a leader in cross-disciplinary research. You’ll work one-on-one with faculty who are international experts in their fields.
Indianapolis is home to five major technology-ready networks of hospitals and physician practices and the largest health information exchange in the United States. These resources provide access to patient data and research possibilities that are truly unprecedented.