Health information management is the study of acquiring, analyzing and protecting information vital to providing quality patient care. Highly in demand, these professionals demonstrate leadership and management of health information in many forms, from paper and scanned documents to electronic files.
In KU's two-year bachelor's program on the KU Medical Center campus in Kansas City, Kan., students work with the latest technology at a top academic institution and the region's premier academic health center, The University of Kansas Hospital. Program is open to undergraduate or community college students with sufficient prerequisities. Learn more
The goal of this program is to expedite completion of a bachelor's degree in health information management and access to the RHIA certification exam for RHITs. Students complete the program online to accommodate the needs of professionals; our approach brings the live classroom experience into the online environment for the adult learner. Learn more
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.
Current RHIA exam pass rates for KU students are 93%. Career and advanced degree placements are typically 100% within 6-12 months, although most students have placement at graduation. Attrition rates are typically 5% for KU's health information management program.