You want to make a difference. With The Bureau of Labor Statistics predicting that jobs in health technology will grow 15 percent between 2014 and 2024 1, a degree in health IT can be your chance. Make a visible impact on patients—and your career opportunities—even while working behind the scenes.
As a proud partner of National Health IT Week and the Healthcare Information Management Systems Society (HIMSS®), we want to help you learn the skills to pursue a career in health technology with a full range of certificates and degrees that align to both industry standards and leading certification exams.
Our Bachelor of Science in Health Administration curriculum is designed to align with leading industry and academic organizations like the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE) and Association of University Programs in Health Administration (AUPHA) and will provide you with the foundational knowledge needed to help others in today’s dynamic healthcare industry. With our elective tracks, you can pursue courses that interest you and expand your knowledge.
HIMSS Approved Education Partner
Since our BSHA has met the Healthcare Information and Management System Society’s (HIMSS) rigorous standards for quality health IT or healthcare education, we’ve been named an Approved Education Partner (AEP) of HIMSS. This allows us to offer HIMSS-approved review courses and education programs that prepare you for advanced knowledge in health IT or healthcare.
We’ve also joined the HIMSS Academic Organizational Affiliate (AOA) program, which means we can offer our eligible students a complimentary HIMSS individual membership. The membership connects students with networking opportunities, career services, professional development opportunities and much more.
You want to enter the healthcare industry. Explore the offerings and information below to see how our BSHA program can help.
Aligned to top industry standards such as the American College of Health Care Executives (ACHE) our advanced degree can provide you with the skills required to pursue a career as a health informaticist and health information technology systems manager.
Our undergraduate certificates prepare you for work in a variety of settings, including hospitals, private practices and residential care facilities.
Obtain the skills to work in electronic health records (EHR) and medical billing and coding with an Electronic Health Records Fundamentals certificate with coursework which aligns to the National Healthcareer Association’s (NHA) Certified Electronic Health Record Specialist (CEHRS™) exam or the coursework for the Medical Records certification, which aligns to the NHA’s Certified Billing, Coding Specialist (CBCS®) exams.
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How does he do IT?
Think managing one electronic medical records (EMR) system is hard? Try handling 43! Paul J. Bujdoso, MHA, can—along with a whole lot more. See how a degree from University of Phoenix prepared him.