Technology remains a key factor for advancing modern healthcare forward. Experience innovative education and gain in-demand skills.
Healthcare data remains the fastest-growing segment of overall global data with top contributors including medical imaging (MRIs, CAT scans, X-rays, etc), consumer wearables, and genetic testing. Data is estimated to grow exponentially at an annual rate of 48%.
Modern healthcare is currently experiencing a workforce deficit for the class of professionals that possess expertise in data science and analysis to translate data into insights.
The University of New England Health Informatics graduate programs produce career-ready professionals, able to lead in the field due to our long-established commitment to healthcare and innovation. And leads as Maine's only HIMSS Approved Education Partner.
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"I love tech, and I love medicine, and there is a lot of synergy between the two nowadays. I want to be a part of the next big career front that is coming through, and this is it – especially since everything is big data now."
Janet Quiring, M.S. Health Informatics 2018 Graduate
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