KU prepares students for a career in health information management – a growing field of health care, business, and technology principles. Learn about the variety of employment options available within this dynamic profession:
|Data Management & Analytics||Information Systems & Informatics|
|Quality & Risk Management|
|Management & Leadership||Legal & Regulatory|
|Classification & Terminology|
A bachelor's degree in health information management from KU is your gateway to these and many more careers in high demand across the country.
Accreditation and Student Outcomes
The bachelor's degree in health information management at the University of Kansas is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation for Health Informatics and Information Management Education, 233 N. Michigan Avenue, 21st Floor, Chicago, IL 60601-5800. Documents relating to accreditation status are available at the department office by request. Information for students.
Career and advanced degree placements are typically 100% within 6 months, although most students have placement at graduation. Current RHIA exam pass rates for KU students are 85%, or 105% of national scores. Attrition rates are typically 5% for KU's health information management program.