Prepare for a Career in Health Informatics
The University of Chicago’s Master of Science in Biomedical Informatics program prepares students to lead healthcare’s evolution into an era where organizations will apply their data to meet these goals.
Our curriculum was designed by academic faculty and medical industry professionals to ensure its relevance and applicability to the workforce needs in biomedical fields. Our curriculum covers the whole spectrum of biomedical informatics. Students can specialize their studies via our four concentrations: bioinformatics, clinical informatics, healthcare delivery science, and population health informatics.
Former Master of Science in Biomedical Informatics program director Suzanne Cox, PhD, presented this talk on the steps to building a career in health informatics, and the ways that healthcare professionals can develop informatics skills to help the healthcare system improve patient safety and care.
Webinar originally presented in Spring 2018