APPLIED HEALTH INFORMATICS CERTIFICATE PROGRAM

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The University of Providence’s Applied Health Informatics (AHI) Certificate Program is currently only available to Providence St. Joseph Health and Partner organization caregivers.

The AHI Certificate Program . . . 

  • Is designed from a patient-focused perspective.
  • Supports relevant learning for the student’s daily life and work through the application of health informatics.
  • Focuses on informatics as a key competency for the interprofessional healthcare team.
  • Provides a professional development opportunity for students’ current and potential future roles.

Apply Now

Now accepting applications for August 2019.

PROGRAM INFORMATION

PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS

COURSE DESCRIPTIONS

Overview

The Applied Health Informatics (AHI) Certificate Program is an academic-industry partnership program between the University of Providence (UP) and Providence St. Joseph Health (PSJH). This program prepares students to understand and leverage the power of informatics and help transform healthcare delivery and create healthier communities at every level.

More specifically, students will learn:

  • About health informatics: the leading edge, inter-professional field where healthcare meets information technology.
  • How to positively influence the impact of health information technology on health and healthcare.
  • Professional development to grow your knowledge with online learning.

Program Format

The accelerated AHI Certificate program includes:

  •  4 sequential 8 week courses with short break in between
  • Completed in 8 months
  • New cohorts begin in January and August each year

Apply Now

  • Program Application: Applicants must complete the online certificate program application form at www.uprovidence.edu.
  • Now accepting applications for Fall (August) 2019.

Contact

Phone: 406-791-5258
Email: healthprograms@uprovidence.edu

 

PROGRAM INFORMATION

PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS

COURSE DESCRIPTIONS

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