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Master of Healthcare Informatics (MHI)

Master of Healthcare Informatics

Information is everywhere, and healthcare informatics is the harnessing and application of that information to make the best decisions possible. In Chatham's 10-course, fully online Master of Healthcare Informatics, you'll learn to use and integrate technology to improve patient care and business outcomes.

While there are many opportunities available in corporate and clinical settings, informatics also offers the ability to improve healthcare on a wider scale, such as through developing or managing public health information or surveillance programs, and helping to monitor, control, and prevent the occurrence of diseases across the globe.


Our online, 18-month Master of Healthcare Informatics degree includes the opportunity for immersion in an informatics project that integrates coursework and is developed and carried out under the guidance of a mentor.

Courses in our 30-credit Master of Healthcare Informatics degree program include:

  • HCI506: Health Policy and Informatics
  • HCI583: Virtual Engagement to Improve Health
  • HCI651: Database Management for Evidence-Based Decision Making

“Today, healthcare informatics plays a critical role within every healthcare organization, facility or profession. By leveraging technology, data and the wisdom of health professionals, decision-making can be strengthened, influencing how individuals are treated and ultimately advancing the level of quality care people receive.”

– Debra M. Wolf, PhD, MSN, BSN, RN, Healthcare Informatics Coordinator

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