Health Information Management

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Health Information Management

Keiser University’s associate and bachelor’s degree programs in Health Information Management teach you how to ensure the quality of health records by verifying their completeness, accuracy and proper entry into computer systems. You will also gain expertise in how to use computer applications to assemble and analyze patient data to improve patient care and control costs.

Our degree programs provide a strong foundation in the critical-thinking, problem-solving and communications skills you will need to confidently start your health information management (HIM) career. During your internship, you will get hands-on training in a health care facility.

The Bachelor of Science degree prepares students to function as health information administrators who can interact with all levels of an organization – clinical, financial, administration and information systems. This program can be completed in three-and-a-half years.

Keiser University’s program also offers an “RHIT to RHIA track” designed to assist Registered Health Information Technicians (RHIT) toward earning a bachelor’s degree and becoming eligible to sit for the Registered Health Information Administrator (RHIA) Certification Exam.

Graduates of this program can be prepared to pursue employment in the health information technology field in settings such as:

  • Hospitals
  • Doctors’ offices
  • Insurance companies
  • Facilities for rehabilitation, long-term care, behavioral and mental health