Health Information Systems (HIS) Overview

The Health Information Systems (HIS) concentration prepares professionals responsible for the development and management of health information systems consistent with the clinical, fiscal, administrative, ethical, and legal requirements of healthcare institutions.  Graduates of this program analyze, design, implement, and evaluate health information systems. As members of the healthcare team, they interact with other healthcare professionals and administrators, and provide healthcare data for patient care, research, quality improvement, strategic planning, reimbursement, and related managerial functions. 

HIS graduates work in a variety of settings, such as hospitals, health planning agencies, computer companies, consulting firms, information systems vendors, ambulatory care centers, research  centers, rehabilitation facilities, and insurance companies.

Registered Health Information Administrator (RHIA) Option

We offer a specialized course of study for students who are seeking eligibility to sit for the American Health Information Management (AHIMA) credentialing examination to become a Registered Health Information Administrator (RHIA). 

Integration of Healthcare and Technology Components of an Electronic Medical Record Notation of different Body Systems
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