B.S. in Health Studies - Health Informatics
Offered By: Walden University
The health care industry is changing dramatically and health care organizations are growing more complex. Gain the knowledge base required to understand and anticipate the continuing changes in the health care industry. Broaden your understanding of the policies, organization, financing and dynamics of the U.S. health care system. Whether you currently work in allied health or are seeking to enter the field, you can leverage your experience and help prepare to take the next step in your career and professional development.
If you are interested in understanding how health care data can be used to reduce costs and improve the quality of care, you can select the Health Informatics concentration. Courses cover the behavioral, cultural, ethical, and legal issues related to improving the underlying health status of the community and the delivery of health care services in a variety of environments. You will explore such timely topics as aging across the lifespan, primary, acute and long-term care, and public and global health. You will also gain a solid foundation in health management, informatics, health promotion and epidemiology.