The online MS in Health Informatics & Analytics brings together students who have backgrounds in the fields of healthcare, public health, and data science and are working in and serving communities across the United States. Our students share a passion for solving population health challenges through improved data use and analysis.
Explore the class profile data for students currently enrolled in the program.1
“A few years ago, I worked on a project aiming to optimize support and care delivery for patients with opioid use disorder through digital solutions. This work became a tipping point in my career. I embarked on studies in health informatics and analytics in an effort to innovate in ways that work for patients.”
– Dr. Irina Angel, MS in Health Informatics & Analytics Student
The graph shows the percentage breakdown of genders for the current MS in Health Informatics & Analytics student body. Gender breakdown is shown to be 66% Female, 32% Male, 2% Transgender, Intersex, Other/Prefer not to respond.
Our students are applying the knowledge and skills they are learning in the MS in Health Informatics & Analytics program across many settings, including insurance companies, medical technology organizations, health systems, and universities. The learning experience is enhanced by this mix of experiences, fostering an open exchange of ideas in the virtual classroom.
In an article published in Tufts Now, a university news site, some of our students shared their insights on why they chose this program and how it is helping them achieve their career goals.
A sampling of employers of our students:
Boston Children’s Hospital
Dana-Farber Cancer Institute
Johnson & Johnson Vision
Massachusetts Behavioral Health Partnership
Memorial Hermann Health System
St. Elizabeth’s Medical Center
Yale School of Medicine
Positions held by our students:
Clinical data analyst
Clinical pharmacist coordinator
Data science advisor
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1The self-reported information above reflects enrolled online students as of September 2020.↑