According to Mainebiz, a Maine business publication, UNE Online programs are meeting a need in the industry for trained professionals who can merge health care, information technology and computer science. It’s a rapidly growing field that aims to make health care more affordable and enhances the patient experience.
The Master of Health Informatics program is a fully online, 36 credit hour program. With robust instruction from faculty practitioners, the program consists of 12 eight-week courses, including a culminating project. Applications are currently being accepted for the Summer 2016 term, which begins May 4, 2016.
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