Northeastern’s Graduate Certificate in Health Informatics Management and Exchange provides high-quality, specialized training in health informatics and the opportunity to acquire and apply your knowledge quickly.
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The Graduate Certificate in Health Informatics Management and Exchange offers you the knowledge needed to support the collection, management, retrieval, and exchange of electronic health data. It is designed to prepare you for a position as a specialist in data management, interoperability standards, and health database design. This eight-month program consists of five courses (15 credits). Most students take three courses in the fall and two in the spring. Courses in the certificate program also apply toward master’s degree requirements. This gives you the flexibility to complete a certificate and be well on your way to earning a degree if you decide later to continue your education.
Program design is flexible to allow completion on a rapid schedule or a slower pace that is more compatible with full-time workers
Courses in the certificate program also apply toward Master of Science in Health Informatics degree requirements
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Graduate Certificate in Health Informatics Management and Exchange General Requirements
A grade of B– or higher is required in all course work.
HINF 5101 - Introduction to Health Informatics and Health Information Systems
HINF 5102 - Data Management in Healthcare
Management and Exchange
HINF 6205 - Creation and Application of Medical Knowledge
HINF 6220 - Database Design, Access, Modeling, and Security
HINF 6355 - Interoperability Key Standards in Health Informatics
Please note: This curriculum is for marketing purposes only and is subject to change. Official curriculum can be found within the course catalog.
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