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The Bachelor of Science in Health Information Management (HIM) at APU provides students with the knowledge and skills required to be a health information administrator in a variety of settings such as hospitals, insurance companies, and government agencies.

The Master of Science in HIM is designed for individuals with Registered Health Information Administrator (RHIA) credentials and allows students to build leadership, critical thinking, communications, and problem-solving skills.

100% online. Classes start monthly. Affordable tuition.


The Center for Health Information Partnerships (CHiP) serves a mission to bring people, communities, and data together to enable everyone to live their healthiest lives. Since 2010, we have worked with our partners to strengthen the use of health information technology and improve access to health data.

CHiP is part of the Institute of Public Health & Medicine based at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine.

The Center for Innovation in Access and Quality (CIAQ) was established in 2007 to promote the creation and implementation of innovative approaches to improving quality care in safety net systems.

CIAQ accomplishes its mission by:
Providing content, implementation, evaluation, and data support for projects that will both improve care in San Francisco and serve as models for other safety net systems.

Supporting transformation in our safety net through structured evaluation and dissemination.

Leveraging and enhancing existing relationships among safety net stakeholders.


Dakota State University offers various degrees in health information management which all integrate the latest in technology. Students receive a solid education in our programs plus the tech-knowledge to keep them competitive in the healthcare field. Many of our HIM programs have 100% career placement and are available online.


The Northeastern University Master of Science in Health Informatics is an interdisciplinary program in which students gain the knowledge and skills to use information technology to improve healthcare delivery and outcomes. Whether you’re looking to expand current job responsibilities or launch a new career, the program allows you to tailor the coursework to fit your background and advance your career in this growing field.


The Department of Health Services Administration and Policy (HSAP) with a Division of Health Information Management (HIM) provides education and training in the organization and delivery of health services in public and private institutions and in community-based settings. Following the Conwellian mission to identify and serve the needs of the Philadelphia community, the department is focused on improving and enhancing capacity to improve community health through research on the role and effectiveness of health services, health informatics, and public health with a special focus on reducing and eliminating disparities in an urban setting.

Texas State University provides quality education to students from around the globe, choosing from 97 bachelors, 88 masters and 12 doctoral degree programs. An Emerging Research University, Texas State offers opportunities for discovery and innovation. The College of Health Professions prepares students for careers in the healthcare field, including Health IT. Through professional, clinical and academic programs, the college serves as an advocate for change and improvement in healthcare.

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The Bonnie Wesorick Center for Health Care Transformation at Grand Valley State University’s Kirkhof College of Nursing is founded on the principles of The Clinical Practice Model Framework™ and focused on cultural and practice transformation in health care. The Center provides assistance to students, faculty and community partners working on problems in health care; consultation and assistance for community partners implementing and expanding their HIT capacity and infrastructure; and HIT guidance, direction, and assistance to diverse stakeholders in systems and organizations.

Since founding the nation's first Health Information Management (HIM) program in 1935, St. Scholastica (CSS) has been a leader in HIM education. We continue to build on this tradition by offering excellent, rigorous education in flexible formats. Program options include B.S. HIM, M.S. HIM, and M.S. Health Informatics. Due to the demands of the labor market and CSS’s excellent reputation within this field, HIM graduates boast a placement rate of nearly 100 percent within six months of graduation.

The health care industry is ever-changing, and the need for health information technology specialists is growing rapidly. The Milken Institute School of Public Health at the George Washington University is prepared to meet this increasing need for skilled executives with our online Master of Science in Health Informatics and Analytics program, HealthInformatics@GW.

Designed for professionals with a minimum of three years of experience in health care, the program prepares students with the skills they need in entrepreneurial and business principles, leadership, project management and technology to become innovators in health care.​


UK HealthCare®, the academic medical center and health system of the University of Kentucky, is uniquely equipped to provide advanced subspecialty care to the people of Kentucky through its hospitals, six health profession colleges, multidisciplinary centers, and outpatient clinics. By working hand-in-hand with local community providers to bring specialty care closer to the patient, UK HealthCare is delivering the power of advanced medicine to the Commonwealth.

The University of Missouri is a pioneer and leader in biomedical informatics education and research. The Health Management and Informatics Department is well-known for developing, translating, and disseminating knowledge, innovations, and evidence-based solutions to improve the performance of complex health systems.

The University of New England is a top ranked health sciences university that offers a Master’s of Science in Health Informatics and a Graduate Certificate in Health Informatics. Both programs can be completed 100% online and were designed with busy, working professionals in mind. UNE offers unsurpassed student support, faculty who are immersed in the field and a flexible structure. Applications are now being accepted for the spring cohort.

University of Phoenix is helping to ensure that today’s graduates can effectively tackle tomorrow’s health care challenges. We want to provide you with the skills to pursue a career in health technology. We offer a full range of certificates and degrees that align to both industry standards and leading certification exams. Additionally, we are a HIMSS Approved Educational Partner.

At the University of Southern Indiana (USI), the College of Nursing and Health Professions has a global influence in healthcare education. USI prepares the next generation of Health IT leaders through a newly launched Bachelor of Science Health Informatics and Information Management Program, Undergraduate Health Informatics courses and an online Certificate Program in Health Informatics. USI also provides an annual Health Informatics Tri-State Summit in partnership with Indiana Chapter of HIMSS (Health Information and Management Systems Society).

The School of Biomedical Informatics is the only free-standing school in the nation dedicated exclusively to graduate programs in biomedical informatics and the only program of its kind in Texas. SBMI’s mission is to educate future scientists & professionals in biomedical informatics and health information technology, conduct informatics research to improve health care and advance biomedical discovery and develop and use advanced informatics tools to solve problems in health care.

University of Toronto is ranked as Canada's top university and offers the Master of Health Informatics (MHI) as a professional graduate degree program in both regular and executive streams. Delivered via the Institute of Health Policy, Management and Evaluation, the program incorporates applied practicum and academic opportunities to build health informatics leadership competencies. Students from a range of backgrounds emerge to bridge gaps in healthcare delivery.

Designed with an understanding that new technologies and regulations are profoundly changing the roles of health information professionals, the University of Wisconsin Bachelor of Science in Health Information Management and Technology (UW-HIMT) is an online degree-completion program aimed at preparing busy adult learners for professional positions in today’s increasingly technology-based, data-driven healthcare environments.

UW-HIMT is a HIMSS Approved and CAHIIM Accredited program.