Increase Your Earning Potential with a Health Informatics Degree from UNE Online
Learn about health informatics, the field that connects people, technology, and data to improve healthcare outcomes through improved processes and technology. Health informatics professionals with a master’s degree earn $20,000 more annually than their colleagues with a bachelor’s degree, according to a 2012 study.
Expand your technical skill set and knowledge base to become a leader in the health industry. Make an immediate impact within your organization and play a vital role in the evolution of the healthcare industry as a whole.
The Health Informatics degree & certificate programs at UNE are designed to fit the schedules of busy professionals. Find your competitive edge in the rapidly changing healthcare environment, or change careers and join the field by earning an advanced degree in health informatics.
Take Your Health Informatics Career to the Next Level
Watch the interview with JoAnne Dombrowskas, Health Informatics program graduate.
The field of health informatics is growing ten times faster than healthcare jobs overall, and is the ninth largest share of healthcare job postings. Position yourself as a leader in this cutting-edge field by earning a degree or certificate in health informatics with the University of New England.
As an established leader in the fields of health and medicine, UNE is excited to offer two health informatics programs.
Learn more about the Master of Science in Health Informatics and the Graduate Certificate in Health Informatics.
Health Informatics: Living at the Intersection of Health and Technology
Transforming Healthcare and Enhancing Patient Experience
The UNE Online Health Informatics program has been built to align with employer needs, producing healthcare professionals ready to provide quality, safe, and efficient healthcare. Learn more about how we can help you meet your personal and professional goals by clicking on the video below.
If you have any questions about the Health Informatics coursework or the program requirements, please speak to one of our enrollment counselors at the email or phone number below.