Faculty Position Open
KU is accepting applications for a clinical assistant professor position to teach on-campus and online courses in health information management. The primary focus for this role is teaching, but the selected candidate will also provide service and scholarly contributions.
Qualified applications are required to possess the Registered Health Information Administrator (RHIA) or Registered Health Information Technician (RHIT) credential and a master's degree in a related discipline.
Accreditation and Student Outcomes
The Health Information Management accreditor of the University of Kansas Medical Center is the Commission on Accreditation for Health Informatics and Information Management Education (CAHIIM). The College's accreditation for baccalaureate degree in Health Information Management has been reaffirmed through 2029. All inquiries about the program's accreditation status should be directed by mail to CAHIIM, 200 East Randolph Street, Suite 5100, Chicago, IL, 60601; by phone at 312.235.3255 or by email at email@example.com.
Documents relating to accreditation status are available at the department office by request. Information for students.
Student Achievement and Outcomes Data
The following data is from the 2021-2022 academic year.
- Program graduation rate: 95.2% of students who entered the program graduated.
- Program employment rate: 100% of graduates who sought employment are employed, with most employed prior to or within six months of graduation. (There are two graduates for which their status is unknown at this time.)
- Graduate school entry: four of the 20 graduates began graduate studies (in disciplines including MHSA, MSHI and J.D. programs).
- Program transfer rate: 0% of students who entered the program transferred to another health information management program.
- Employer satisfaction: 100% of responding employers strongly agree that they would hire a graduate from the KU health information management program again in the future; 66.7% strongly agree and 33.3% agree that graduates from the KU health information management program have the knowledge necessary to perform work they are hired to perform.
Health information management professionals are not required to possess a national registration or state license for employment. Graduates of KU's bachelor's degree program in health information management are eligible to sit for the registered health information administrator certification exam.