Health Informatics Certificate

College of Health Sciences and Education

For information contact Brenda Hage, PhD

The program in Health Informatics was developed to respond to the need among mid-career health professionals to develop advanced skills in the areas of health information technology to respond to these demands from the profession. With the acceleration of federal and state government reporting requirements on patient assessments and outcomes, the electronic medical record (EMR) and Medicare Meaningful Use requirements are only a few of the applications of Informatics knowledge. The 18 credit certificate program was developed as an option to the completion of the Master's program, and is designed specifically for those who presently work in the informatics area of health care.

Sequence of Required Courses (all 18 credits must be taken at Misericordia)

Required courses

HCI 505

The Business of Health Informatics


HCI 510

Modeling Health Information


HCI 520

Health Care Systems


HCI 610

Legal, Ethical and Public Policy Issues in Health Care Informatics


HCI 620

Enterprise Information Governance


Select 1 additonal course

MBA/OM 580

Project Management


HCI 530

Health Care Systems Analysis and Design