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Master of Science in Health Informatics Program

Center for Health Informatics

This is an interprofessional degree offered through the Office of Graduate Studies, with oversight by the University of Kansas Center for Health Informatics through its advisory council. The program is designed for health professionals or information technology specialists who want a specialty focus in health informatics. The advisory council of this program reflects this commitment to interprofessional collaboration. Faculty with foundations in nursing, health policy and management, preventive medicine and public health, and health information management partner to create this master's degree in health informatics.

 

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