Master of Healthcare Informatics | Chatham University, Pittsburgh, PA

Chatham University

Master of Healthcare Informatics

Chatham's Master of Healthcare Informatics (MHI) blends healthcare and technology. It's a fully online professional program designed for working adults in the healthcare, IT, or business arenas. The program culminates in a health informatics immersion, carried out under the guidance of an external mentor in the field of informatics.

The MHI is an excellent credential to advance the careers of those currently working as:

  • Respiratory therapists
  • Social workers
  • Physicians
  • Occupational therapists
  • Physical therapists
  • Physician Assistant
  • Nutritionists
  • Business personnel
  • Human resources staff
  • Administrative managers
  • Laboratory staff
  • Radiology technicians/staff
  • Accounting/financial managers
  • Information technology analysts, managers, software developers, etc.
  • Nurses of all specialties

Program Structure

Chatham's Healthcare Informatics masters is a 10-course, fully online program. The courses build on one another, amplifying students' mastery of technological and managerial skills.

To learn more, view the program's curriculum or try our sample course.

Graduate Certificate Option

Looking to quickly acquire valuable healthcare informatics skills, but unsure if the full master’s is right for you? Chatham now offers affordable, online certificates in Healthcare Informatics and Healthcare Analytics that can be completed in just four courses. In addition, the credits earned through the certificates can be applied to completion of your full Master of Healthcare Informatics. Learn more here.

News & Views

The Evolution of Technology in Healthcare by Deb Wolf, PhD, MSN, BSN, RN

Chatham University Selected as a HIMSS Approved Education Partner

Top 8 Things You Need to Know About Informatics

Educational impact

"Today, healthcare Informatics plays a critical role within every healthcare organization, facility or profession. By leveraging technology, data and the wisdom of health professionals, decision-making can be strengthened, influencing how individuals are treated ultimately advancing the level of quality care people receive."

– Debra M. Wolf, PhD, MSN, BSN, RN, Director of Healthcare Informatics Program

  • Healthcare Informatics (MHI) brochure

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