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About Health Information Management & Technology

Stand out to Employers

Begin as a student, finish as a professional.

At UW-Green Bay, you’ll get an online, flexible program coupled with hands-on experiences to apply your skills. Because our program is accredited by CAHIIMA, you’ll be able to sit for your credentials after graduation, which is an important part of our field. Your courses use real-world examples so you can access data and learn relatable concepts. The capstone project helps you apply these concepts, ensuring you’re ready for the workforce.

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Build Experience

Top off your experience with a capstone project at a active healthcare site where you'll apply what you learned.

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Transfer Credits

We have a generous credit transfer policy, so if you have prior college experience, find out how your credits will transfer.

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Follow the Course

Make the most of your education and follow the course schedule to make sure you graduate on time.

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Choose Your Track

With two different tracks in the program, you have the choice between focusing on management, technology or both.

Which Track is Right for You

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Health Management

Manage, analyze and secure people’s protected health information to care for patients. You’ll ensure that healthcare providers can access accurate and complete patient information.

Skills include human resource management, project management and communication.

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Health Technology

In this track, you’ll build, implement and support electronic health records in the medical field. Skills include programming, data security, software development, data mining and healthcare communications.

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Earn a Certificate

Our Health Information Management Certificate is asynchronous and 100% online, meaning you can boost your career on your own time. Dive into the world of healthcare and ensure that patient information is accurate, accessible and secure.

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Explore More

Learn more about our students in the Health Information Management & Technology program.

Learn Anywhere

Though the majority of our students live in Wisconsin, our online program has students throughout the world.

At Any Age

The average age in our program is 34, with the youngest being 18 and the oldest being 69.

At Any Healthcare Organization

Graduates have earned jobs at a range of healthcare organizations, in an array of careers.

Professor Misty Neal

Want to know more?

As the academic director of Health Information Management and Technology, Professor Misty Neal is committed to student success. If you have questions, she can help.

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