Health Information Technology – A Transferable Career [Podcast]

Join us as we chat with Joanne Klinedinst, M.Ed, an esteemed UMBC Health IT graduate program instructor about how Health IT is a transferable career. She brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise.

Health IT is a rapidly evolving field crucial in the healthcare industry. As technology advances, the healthcare landscape and the role of Health IT professionals are changing. In this captivating conversation, Joanne sheds light on the industry’s inner workings, delves into the transferability of skills within this dynamic field, and discusses the growing impact of technology in healthcare.

Health IT Podcast Episode

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Throughout the episode, we explore the diverse career opportunities available in Health IT and the vital skills needed to thrive in this fast-paced industry. Joanne shares her insights on the emerging trends and technologies shaping the future of healthcare, highlighting how professionals can stay ahead of the curve and adapt to the ever-evolving demands of this exciting field.

Transferable Career Options

Whether you’re an aspiring Health IT professional or intrigued by the intersection of healthcare and technology, we packed this episode with valuable information and eye-opening discussions. Join us as we uncover the transformative power of Health Information Technology and discover how it can be a transferable career with endless possibilities.

About UMBC’s Health Information Technology Graduate Programs

UMBC’s Health Information Technology Graduate Programs are designed to equip students with the knowledge and skills necessary to excel in the ever-evolving field of Health IT. With a strong emphasis on practical application, these programs offer a comprehensive curriculum combining technical expertise and a deep understanding of healthcare systems and data management. Led by experienced instructors and industry professionals, students can delve into topics such as electronic health records, healthcare analytics, health informatics, privacy and security, and healthcare data management. With a focus on real-world scenarios and hands-on experiences, UMBC’s Health Information Technology Graduate Programs prepare students to become leaders in this rapidly growing industry and significantly impact the healthcare landscape.

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  1. iqra safdar says:

    I recently listened to the podcast on Health Information Technology, and it left me convinced that it is a highly transferable career path. The episode shed light on the crucial role played by HIT professionals in managing and safeguarding patient data, facilitating efficient healthcare operations, and driving innovation in the industry.

  2. Karen Malone says:

    Really enjoyed this podcast! UMBC is so very lucky to have JoAnn Klinedinst on faculty. This podcast reflects her authentic passion for the healthcare IT industry and the many opportunities it provides student career paths. JoAnn’s passion is truly authentic; she does an excellent job connecting practical impact and relevance between people, processes, skillsets and the healthcare IT world .

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