Enhance the patient experience with a health information management degree

Bachelor of Science - Health Information Management (123 credits minimum)

Safeguard health information to help ensure patients receive the best possible care with the bachelor’s in health information management (HIM) at Davenport University. Gain the skills you need for health information manager roles and other high-paying jobs in health informatics with our 100% online health informatics courses.

Earn transfer credit for your qualifying associate degree in health information technology and your Registered Health Information Technician (RHIT®) certification so you can complete your bachelor’s in health information management in just one year.

Our CAHIIM-accredited health information management degree program is led by industry-aligned faculty who give you an innovative virtual learning experience through our Global Campus. Davenport’s online health informatics courses qualifies you to sit for the Registered Health Information Administrator (RHIA) exam, which our health information management degree graduates pass at rates above the national average.

What is a bachelor’s of health information management?

A health information management degree focuses on analyzing, managing, using and protecting patient data and other health information to assure the highest quality and integrity.

Take classes on your schedule through Davenport’s online health informatics program, the only one of its kind in Michigan. Complete your bachelor’s of health information management in as little as one year with transfer credit for your qualifying associate degree and RHIT credentials. Get started today on your degree in health information management today and you’ll be on a streamlined path to your career as a health information manager or in other fast-growth jobs in health informatics.

Explore Davenport’s health informatics courses

Develop the skills in critical thinking, data analysis, communication, applied research and leadership that will make you an outstanding candidate for jobs in health informatics. Classes you’ll take toward your health information management degree include leadership theory, information governance and security health information management.

Which class should I take? When should I take it?

See our Recommended Program Sequences:

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Enjoy Michigan’s only 100% online HIM completion program
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Be like our graduates who got a 100% employer satisfaction rate

Why pursue an online health information management degree at Davenport?

Hands-on experiences, such as a capstone project with an optional internship, will enrich the deep foundational knowledge you’ll develop in Davenport’s online health informatics program. Faculty mentoring and online tutoring will support your success, while valuable connections await you in our Allied Health/Health Information Student and Alumni Association.

Graduate fully prepared for jobs in health informatics, including higher-paying roles such as health information managers. Continue your education with Davenport’s Master of Science in Health Informatics and Information Management (MSHIIM) and join the 100% of our MSHIIM students who find jobs in health informatics within six months of graduation.

Experience the Davenport difference:

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Pioneering online health informatics program

Enjoy the convenience of fully online classes through our Global Campus. In Michigan, only Davenport offers you this trailblazing, 100% online health informatics degree completion program.

 

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Hands-on learning

Apply what you learn in Davenport’s health informatics program through your capstone course, optional internship and volunteering within your state HIM organization.

 

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Advanced HIM technology

Work with the latest HIM software and learning platforms, such as 3M Encoder, Go EHR, VirBELA and MedTrak Educational Systems, for technology skills that top jobs in health informatics require.

 

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Scholarships designed for health informatics

Qualify for our scholarships specific to the health information management degree, including Michigan Health Information Management Association (MHIMA) and the AHIMA Foundation.

 

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Eligibility for certification exams

Complete your health informatics courses and health information management degree and qualify to take RHIA, Certified Coding Associate (CCA), Certified Coding Specialist (CCS) and Certified Coding Specialist — Physician-based (CCS-P) exams.

 

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Higher than average RHIA pass rate

Receive the industry-centered preparation that has enabled Davenport health information management degree graduates to pass the RHIA exam at rates higher than the national average.

 

HIT/HIM Program Director

Meet Megan Tober, the associate department chair and program director for the health information management programs at Davenport University.

Get started on your online health informatics courses

Explore the admissions requirements and then take the next step toward earning your health information management degree at Davenport.
 

Talk to an admissions advisor

Davenport’s admissions team is here to answer your questions. Please call us at 800.686.1600 or email us at info@davenport.edu.

Apply now or request more information

Start on the road to rewarding jobs in health informatics. Request more information or begin your application now.

About Davenport University 

Davenport Campus

Davenport is a private, not-for-profit university with more than 150 years of experience preparing students for successful careers.

Offering over 60 bachelor’s and master’s degree programs, we align with top employers to design degree programs that help you gain the skills and real-world experience you need to rise above the rest. With small class sizes and campuses across Michigan or online, you’ll earn a quality education on your schedule at Davenport University. 
 

Additional resources

Some programs require a student to complete a portion of their degree plan off-campus. 
View a full list of those programs and courses