Solving health care problems on a global scale
Do you want a career that will take you around the world and put you at the forefront of health care technology and policy? The Health Information Management (HIM) degree program at the Indiana University School of Informatics and Computing at IUPUI prepares graduates to:
Job Placement, 2016
100%Employer and Student Satisfaction, 2016
Why should you study Health Information Management at IUPUI? Our campus has a strong health care focus, and our students get experience in facilities like the IU School of Medicine, the IU School of Nursing, the Regenstrief Institute, and the Richard L. Roudebush VA Medical Center.
That real-world learning is not just a bonus—it’s a program requirement. You’ll complete a project—what we call a professional practicum—in a health care setting under the supervision of a mentor.
You could get hired directly from your practicum project experience, like the HIM student who accepted a job offer from a local hospital after decreasing the hospital’s infection rates and the response time to inpatient calls. The student’s solution: a new call system that tracked hand sanitizer use and wait times, and a much clearer and shorter system instruction manual.
The Bachelor of Science in Health Information Management is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation for Health Informatics and Information Management Education (CAHIIM) and approved by the American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA).
Can you bring order out of chaos? Do you enjoy mastering ever-changing technology?
For more than six decades, we’ve trained students to develop problem-solving skills that make them highly sought-after experts in both private and public health care environments. Our graduates are go-to health care consultants—the professionals who are called in when solutions are needed. Many are being hired for positions created just for them.
Before you graduate, you’ll work with our Career Services Office to learn how to search for jobs, find the right internship, and connect with employers.
“We are paperwork people, but we’re not just about the paperwork. We’re about the puzzle.”
Lisa DesNoyers, Health Information Management Program Director
You can receive credit by prior learning assessment for knowledge and skills acquired from study and professional practice.
Sixty credit hours of credit-by-credential can be granted to enrolled students who have obtained both:
The HIM program incorporates medicine, management, finance, information technology, and law into one curriculum.
Students who earn an HIM degree also specialize in:
Our program teaches you to advance quickly in your career, and there’s no limit to what you can achieve.