A Degree in Health
Informatics and Analytics

The online MS in Health Informatics & Analytics program from Tufts School of Medicine emphasizes how the health informatics and analytics disciplines complement each other in the process of collecting, organizing, and analyzing data to improve healthcare delivery and outcomes.

The program’s comprehensive curriculum offers courses that train you in the areas of Advanced Data Analytics, Health Technology Research, Leadership & Organizational Management, and Data Governance and Management. Students also examine use cases to learn how these principles and skills are applied in healthcare, public health, and research.

Through the program’s holistic approach and the ability to customize your curriculum with electives, you will be able to align your degree with your career goals, whether it requires a combined skill set in informatics and analytics or is focused in one particular area.

Health Informatics and Analytics Careers

A career in health informatics and analytics will allow you to actively participate in the design and development of health technology solutions that play a crucial role in healthcare data management and analysis. Upon completion of your degree, you will be able to:

  • Design and evaluate health information technologies for data collection, storage, analysis, and reporting
  • Define and solve complex data-based problems using the most appropriate statistical principles and methods
  • Perform advanced analytics and develop predictive tools for healthcare settings
  • Create effective visual representations of complex data to derive valuable insights to inform strategies and management plans that fit organizations’ goals
  • Apply data governance principles and policies to maintain data integrity, confidentiality, and quality
  • Be a well-rounded professional with high ethical standards who can lead projects and manage effective teams through effective collaboration and communication skills

Health Informatics and Analytics Job Outlook

Through its comprehensive approach, the online MS in Health Informatics & Analytics program prepares you for a breadth of career opportunities in healthcare, public health, and health research. You will become equipped with skills ranging from artificial intelligence for health to working with electronic health records and improving health outcomes.

A master’s degree is not mandatory for all positions; however, if you’re seeking a leadership or administrative role that requires a high level of skill, an advanced degree in a health-related field is recommended.

Health Informatics Consultant1

$63,520

Median Annual Pay

Health Informatics Project Manager2

$84,264

Median Annual Pay

Informatics Analyst3

$69,494

Median Annual Pay

Healthcare Analyst4

$69,494

Median Annual Pay

Healthcare Data
Analytics Director5

$67,451

Median Annual Pay

Data Analyst6

$70,857

Median Annual Pay

Make a Difference in Health Environments

Learn more about how the MS in Health Informatics & Analytics program positions you to
improve health outcomes by mastering the data life cycle.

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