The Health IT field is extremely people-centered and produces a tangible outcome that impacts most everyone in society. The healthcare environment is rapidly changing, creating an ever-present need for qualified professionals to step up and contribute to important work that can make a true difference in the lives of others.
UMBC’s Master’s in Health Information Technology program prepares experienced working professionals to fill a range of opportunities within the health care profession. This is especially important in today’s current pandemic and tomorrow’s post pandemic environment when accuracy and efficiency are critical.
Now, more than ever, the Health IT field needs professionals with a desire to make an impact in the world.
NSA Profiled UMBC as a Center of Academic Excellence for Cybersecurity Research (CAE-R) in a recently published video that showcased UMBC’s commitment to excellence.
We recently sat down with Dr. Ian Stockwell, Chief Data Scientist for The Hilltop Institute at UMBC, to ask him a few career-related questions centered around the field of Health Information Technology. He offered us an up-close and personal glimpse at this dynamic field.
If you’re interested in the Health IT world, check out this interesting interview we did with UMBC’s Health IT graduate program adjunct faculty member, Paul Mulhern. He explained how UMBC’s program sets students up for success and prepares them for the ever-changing industry.
When it comes to finding the best program fit, you have plenty of choices with UMBC’s Professional Programs.
The Health IT field is continuing to expand due largely in part to the large demand for care within our aging population. Have you ever considered a career in HIT? If not, read on to find out more about the many benefits of this booming field.
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