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Master in Health Informatics (MHI)

The online Master in Health Informatics (MHI) program, housed within Northwestern's School of Professional Studies (SPS), readies students to use technology tools and data for more efficient, patient-centered healthcare delivery and improved population health.

Susan Hahn Reizner, JD, CCEP

Ours is an agile, future-facing program that anticipates where health informatics is heading and prepares our students to lead the continuing evolution of healthcare.”

Susan Hahn Reizner, JD, CCEP
Faculty Director, Master in Health Informatics (MHI) Program

Overview

Graduates of MHI are able to anticipate and assess evolving health informatics needs from clinical, technical, operational and financial perspective; create a vision for the use of information to improve the quality, safety and efficiency of patient-centered care and public health; and develop the leadership skills to navigate the privacy, security, legal, regulatory, ethical and social challenges inherent to health informatics.

Program Length: Variable, 12 courses in a quarter format

Program Size: Online

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Eligibility and Program Requirements

For more information about requirements and eligibility, visit the SPS Admissions page.