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Health Informatics Graduate Program

Improving the delivery of health care

We have access to more health information than ever. But do we know how to use it? Located at the hub of health, science, and technology, health informatics examines the “why” behind health data.

Learn to improve the process of providing health care when you enroll in one of the health informatics degree programs at the Indiana University School of Informatics and Computing at IUPUI.

Fine-tuning the flow of information

By making health care safer and more efficient, our graduates make a difference in their communities and around the world. They refine electronic health record systems, analyze data and how it’s collected, and protect patient information as they answer questions like:

  • What’s the most effective way to offer reliable medical advice 24/7?
  • What types of health care communication do patients prefer?
  • How can we best use Big Data in health care to make wise and sensible business, clinical, and patient-care decisions?

“Informatics students don’t just manage the data. They look at the process.”

Jayanth Kumar Medam, Health Informatics graduate student

“We bring together different specialties, different angles, to improve the delivery of health care.”

Josette Jones, Health Informatics program director

A center for technological innovation

At the School of Informatics and Computing at IUPUI, our faculty are engaged in cutting-edge research.

They’re exploring the next generation of health IT systems, applications of health analytics, and development of technologies to support patients wherever they may need access to health informatics.

Indiana’s health care hub: The IUPUI campus

The IUPUI campus has a strong health care focus. You’ll gain experience at facilities such as:

  • IU Schools of Medicine, Nursing, and Dentistry
  • The Regenstrief Institute, which is internationally recognized for research in health services and biomedical informatics
  • The Richard L. Roudebush VA Medical Center and its Center for Health Information and Communication as well as its human-computer interaction laboratory

Indianapolis is home to five major technology-ready networks of hospitals and physician practices and the largest health information exchange in the United States. These resources provide access to patient data and research possibilities that are truly unprecedented.

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