Health Informatics and Data Analytics

Why earn a Health Informatics and Data Analytics Micro-Credential?

This 12-credit program is designed for aspiring leaders or those already in management positions who want to enhance their ability to understand, leverage and share data in a healthcare setting.  The courses you will be taking are also included as part of our Master of Health Administration program, and credits earned from this micro-credential can later be applied toward the full degree.

Coursework can help you:

  • Design, develop and apply IT-based innovations in healthcare delivery
  • Convert data to actionable information for decision-makers
  •  Leverage data mining and predictive modeling to discover new information
  •  Gain a greater understanding of the theory, technical requirements and applications of information systems in healthcare
  •  Utilize data visualization to more easily communicate information

Health Informatics and Data Analytics Micro Credential Curriculum

12 Credit Hours | 4 Courses

  • HADM 523 - Healthcare Information Systems - 3 Credits
  • HADM 535 - Health Informatics and Data Analytics - 3 Credits
  • HADM 538 - Data Mining and Predictive Modeling - 3 Credits
  • HADM 551 - Data Visualization with Tableau - 3 Credits

Where can you apply the skills you learn in this program?

Healthcare organizations are increasingly relying on data to make better-informed decisions. This program can help you develop skills that are relevant across a wide range of biomedical settings, including:

  • Hospitals
  • Healthcare systems
  • The insurance industry
  • Medical group practices
  • Skilled nursing and long-term care facilities
  • Consulting firms

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