Health Informatics: New Focus Areas!

Health Informatics at UNE Online, new focus areas The Health Informatics program at UNE Online offers two options – a 36 credit-hour Master of Science in Health Informatics program that can be completed in as little as two years, and a Graduate Certificate in Health Informatics that can be completed in just one year. Both programs are 100% online, with no campus visits required, and no GRE required. Very recently, we introduced three new optional focus areas for the Health Informatics program. Health Informatics: a stackable course plan The Health Informatics courses that we offer in the Master’s degree here at UNE Online are structured in an intentional way. All 12 courses required for the Master’s degree are listed below. If you were to take just classes 1–6… Read more >>
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Looking at the Intersection of Healthcare and Technology

Collecting and Analyzing Healthcare Data How has technology helped us in our society? What about technology in healthcare? Technology, although it sometimes seems to have a negative connotation, is something we all live with and use each and every day. On one side, technology has saved millions upon millions of people through advances with technology in healthcare and research, indicating new ways to manage infectious/chronic disease and certain cancers and diabetes, something I will get to in a moment. On the other hand, advances in cellular phones, handheld devices, laptops, and other electronic devices are contributing to the fact that children around the world spend a staggering amount of time spent looking at their screens. Children are increasingly overweight and obese due to their lack… Read more >>
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