Graduate – Master of Science in Healthcare Management and Informatics (MSHMI)
Informatics studies the representation, processing, and communication of information in natural and engineered systems. It has computational, cognitive and social aspects.
What is the Master of Science in Healthcare Management and Informatics (MSHMI) degree?
This degree integrates information technology, computing, data analytics, and healthcare
delivery processes, along with leadership and management principles.
The program prepares you for leadership in healthcare delivery. You learn how to manage complex data for optimal outcomes within any of those inter-related entities.
The program follows a hybrid (combination of face-to-face Friday evening classes)
and online courses. It is a cohort program, meaning new students are admitted annually
in the Fall term. The course is a total of 36 credit hours. It is the only Masters of
Science in Healthcare Management and Informatics in Georgia.
In order to ensure the quality of the graduate program, the design and curricular components are based on the nationally accepted standards set up by the Commission on Accreditation for Health Informatics, Information Management Education (CAHIIM) and input from our Advisory Boards.
Upon graduation you will be ready to tackle these types of leadership roles in healthcare:
- Chief medical informatics officer
- Chief information officer
- Project manager
- Vice president of information technology
These types of healthcare groups employ informatics graduates:
- Insurance companies
- Medical equipment manufacturers
Job Outlook growth projections: 18%
Average salary projections – Different titles within Medical Management:
- Compliance/ Risk Management Officer: $89,230
- Data Integrity Analyst, Director of Clinical Informatics, Research Scientist: $83,490
- Data Architect, Chief Technology Officer: $98,180
Sources: Bureau of Labor Statistics. HIMSS 2019 Salary Survey.
Healthcare Management and Informatics Degree Benefits at Kennesaw State
- Find New Career Options – Due to the high demand for informatics skills in the medical industry, you’ll have
new career options.
- Network Across Fields – You’ll have the opportunity to learn from faculty and peers in all levels of the medical
industry – from hospital systems to medical insurance and government.
- Fits In Your Busy Schedule - Online and Friday evening courses allow you to readily blend your studies with your work schedule.
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