Health Informatics Career Statistics
The Opportunities You Want
An MS Health Informatics is a great way to advance your career or provide you with the credentials to increase your earning potentials. The American Medical Association (AMA) estimates that up to 70,000 health informatics specialists will be needed in the coming years and according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the average salary for a Chief Health Informatics Officer is $150,000. Students who complete their MS Health Informatics will be prepared to integrate health studies with clinical informatics principles to improve the quality of care across the continuum of health care delivery.
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*Health Informatics career statistics are reported from the Bureau of Labor Statistics and US News & World Report