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The UW-Madison Masters of Science in Clinical and Health Informatics Master’s (MS-CHI) program will employ a highly interdisciplinary approach to train the biomedical informatics workforce involving population health, industrial systems engineering, nursing, pharmacy, and healthcare operations management. Graduates will possess a strong foundation in using informatics methods to create innovative solutions and improve current practices in health policy, healthcare decision-making, clinical practice, data security, and biomedical and health information systems. The MS-CHI is tailored for working professionals offering a fully online curriculum accredited by the Commission on Accreditation for Health Informatics and Information Management Education. The program will be comprised of 30 credits, collaborative coursework, and access to outstanding leaders in the field of biomedical informatics. Students admitted to the program are expected to have 3-5 years of clinical or information technology-related work experience in a setting related to clinical and health informatics with an educational foundation that includes quantitative training such as basic biostatistics, informatics, and/or computer science.

Contact
Director:
Heidi Twedt, MD, FACP, FAMIA
Coordinator:
Jack Champeau
Location
City:
Madison
State:
Wisconsin
Country:
USA