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MBA in Health Administration, University of Colorado Denver Business School (CU Denver)

Business School, University of Colorado Denver
 

Health Information Technology Management | Health Administration MBA


Recently, the health care industry has shifted its focus from using proprietary and expensive IT solutions to more innovative IT applications, such as using e-marketplaces for procurement of supplies and sharing information effectively to help manage healthcare crisis.


My degree from the Health Administration program made it possible for me to complete the transition from the high tech industry to health care. I graduated from the program with the skills necessary to find a rewarding job and challenging career. I would not have the job I have today without my education from CU Denver.

- Kirsten Duprey
Manager of Finance and Accounting, Boulder Valley IPA

In this specialization you will learn about:

  • The evolving roles and importance of IT in health care industry
  • The innovative IT applications for delivering health care with reduced cost and increased quality
  • The management of health care using effective knowledge management systems
  • The security and privacy issues associated with health information

The required specialization courses focus on how IT-enabled health care organizations integrate knowledge and information from various resources and deliver innovative IT solutions to meet the requirements of the health care industry.

Requirements

Health Courses

Healthcare courses may include subjects such as:

  • Health Care Systems
  • Health Care Financial Management
  • International Health Policy
  • Health Field Studies

Health IT Management Courses

Information systems courses may include subjects such as:

  • Health Information Technology
  • Information Systems Management and Strategy
  • Business Intelligence System
  • Global Enterprise Systems
  • Information Systems Security and Privacy
  • Emerging Technologies
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