As powerful new technologies such as artificial intelligence, 3-D printing and robotics revolutionize the medical field, Valparaiso University is responding with innovative online health care programs for tomorrow’s medical leaders.
Ranked by U.S. News & World Report as a Best Midwestern Regional College, Valparaiso University is offering a Master of Science in Health Management and Policy: Health Informatics degree – 100% online. Working professionals will be able to play an integral role in the rapidly evolving area of electronic medical data.
Students in the MS-HMP: Health Informatics program learn how to acquire, integrate and manage patients’ electronic medical records in order to raise the quality of care. The specialized degree program, which includes coursework in advanced statistics and data mining, can be completed in less than two years.
“By combining academic excellence with the 24/7 convenience of an online classroom, Valpo’s one-of-a-kind health care leadership degree prepares students everywhere for careers such as Health Informatics Consultant and Chief Medical Information Officer,” said Barrett Berry, instructor for Valparaiso University’s Graduate School.
Valparaiso University’s professor-led online programs allow students to collaborate with peers worldwide through dynamic interactive tools, including discussion boards and video lectures.
Students in the MS in Health Management and Policy program can choose from four specializations: Strategic Decision Making, Health Informatics, Gerontology and Forensic Health.
To learn more about Valparaiso University’s 100% online MS-HMP: Health Informatics program, call 855-582-8047 or visit www.ValpoOnline.com. The application deadline for the Summer I 2014 session is April 24, 2014.me