Master of Science in
Health and Medical Informatics
Build the infrastructure of better healthcare, with a Master’s in Health and Medical Informatics. Develop and manage the IT solutions that keep your neighbors, family, and friends healthy. Gain the analytical and business knowledge to become a healthcare systems engineer, administrator, or architect, or become a practice or project manager. Focus on your talents and reach beyond, with Brandeis.
Why Health and Medical Informatics at Brandeis?
- Courses developed and taught by experts in the field
- Addresses evolving and emerging industry challenges
- Online program meets comprehensive standards for distance learning
Graduates are prepared to:
- Facilitate the development and advancement of emerging information technologies to improve health care delivery and cost efficiencies.
- Gain an in-depth understanding of new and existing health information management systems within the context of the U.S. health care system.
- Become proficient in the “language” of health care, navigate the rules around using medical data, and obtain relevant information to assess changes to the health care system.
- Participate in the development, implementation, evaluation and management of information technology solutions to improve patient care and the health care delivery process.
- Utilize health information technology for decision support, knowledge management, strategic planning, and outcomes assessment to optimize cost efficiencies in the health care system.
- Effectively interface between the data systems developers and the user community.
Online Learning at Brandeis GPS
- Small online classes
- Quality standards and best practices
- Dedicated student advisors
- Courses split into weekly modules
- Students regularly interact and collaborate with faculty and peers
- No set meeting times