Health Informatics & Analytics
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Congratulations to this year's outstanding graduates!
A data governance proposal for a new SalesForce CRM implementation
"I chose the analytics track, as I believe that better operationalization of data, when properly and carefully used, will revolutionize care, outcomes, and patient experiences."
"I am a physician, board certified in adult, child, and adolescent psychiatry. I embarked on studies in health informatics and analytics in an effort to innovate in ways that work for patients."
"When I started, I envisioned that I would complete the program and then figure out how to apply the learnings in a future career shift. However, I have been able to apply the learnings from the program at work in real time, throughout the journey."
Degree: Master’s in Health Informatics and Analytics
Shreevidya Periyasamy found fascination in bringing answers to health care professionals
Students in the Health Informatics and Analytics program envision better care through information technology. Four students tell us why they enrolled, what it’s like taking online classes, and how the program will help them achieve their career goals
With an eye to that future, the Department of Public Health and Community Medicine at the School of Medicine is launching a new online health informatics and analytics master’s degree in fall 2019.