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Further your health information knowledge
You can improve the delivery of health care by learning better ways to manage data. Learn how to improve the collection, management, retrieval, exchange, and analysis of electronic health information.
Get specialized training at the post-baccalaureate level in information systems, storage, and retrieval. Earn a health information management and exchange graduate certificate through the IU School of Informatics and Computing at IUPUI. You have the option to take some or all of the courses for this 18-credit-hour program online.
Enhance health information exchange expertise
You’ll not only deepen your understanding of how to use information science and computer technology to enhance the delivery of medical care … but also how to make the case for IT investment as a health care asset.
In our Information Age, health informatics applications are key to the collection, storage, and optimal use of health-related knowledge. You’ll explore computer architecture and software engineering, data exchange, information retrieval, clinical decision support, and more.
Broaden your graduate-level skill set
After you’ve successfully completed the program, you will have:
- A fundamental understanding of secure biomedical information management and exchange
- An advanced proficiency in coding, classification, and medical terminologies
- The knowledge to perform data management, data quality, and health data exchange tasks at an advanced level
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