With the abundance of data, particularly in health care, an MS in Health Informatics from Loyola will prepare students to learn how to use data to improve patient care and population health. Learn how to unlock the power of data through a wealth of career paths such as Healthcare Data Analyst, Physician Scientist, or Nurse Informaticist. With an MS in Health Informatics from Loyola, you will have access to real-world experience through an internship or capstone project. Become a part of the new health care workforce trained in informatics and data science to improve outcomes and delivery, minimize health inequities, and achieve better care.
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