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In KU’s bachelor of science in health information management degree program, graduates are prepared to enter a dynamic health profession.

Our curriculum prepares you for a variety of jobs specialized in analyzing, protecting, and managing patient data and information. This field relies on an educational background combining business, health science, and information systems.

Fall Semester

HEIM 401 Introduction to Health Information Management (3 credits)

HEIM 415 Healthcare Delivery Systems (3 credits)

HEIM 425 Pharmacology Concepts for Health Information Management (2 credits)

HEIM 435 Clinical Concepts for Health Information Management (3 credits)

HEIM 501 Information Resources and Professional Dev. (2 credits)

HEIM 570 Introduction to Healthcare Management (3 credits)

Total: 16 credit hours

Spring Semester

HEIM 420 Legal Aspects of Healthcare (3 credits)

HEIM 450 Intro to Professional Practice (1 credit)

HEIM 525 Healthcare Database and Architecture (3 credits)

HEIM 540 Health Information Systems (3 credits)

HEIM 565 Clinical Terminologies and Classifications I (4 credits)

Total: 14 credit hours

Fall Semester

HEIM 510 Professional Practice Experience/Lab I (1 credit)

HEIM 567 Quality and Performance Improvement in Healthcare (3 credits)

HEIM 571 Human Resource Management in Healthcare (3 credits)

HEIM 575 Applied Statistics and Research Methods in Healthcare (3 credits)

HEIM 585 Healthcare Reimbursements & Financing (3 credits)

HEIM 635 Clinical Terminologies and Classifications II (3 credits)

Total: 16 credit hours

Spring Semester

HEIM 665 Topics in Health Information Management (2 credits)

HEIM 671 Leadership in Healthcare (3 credits)

HEIM 676 Healthcare Analytics (3 credits)

HEIM 679 Information Governance in Healthcare (3 credits)

HEIM 680 Management Internship (3 credits)

Total: 14 credit hours

** These schedules are provided for reference only. For complete, current information about courses and requirements in our bachelor's degree in health information management, please visit the Academic Catalog.

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Online and degree-progression students will work with an advisor to identify the required courses and program track based upon previous education and relevant work experience.

COVID-19 Vaccine Clinical Requirements

The University of Kansas Medical Center, including the University of Kansas School of Health Professions and this academic program, partners with multiple health systems and health care providers to provide clinical and programmatic experiences for its students. Many of our clinical partners are currently requiring all students to have received the COVID-19 vaccine before their on-site experiences and training may begin. As a result, unvaccinated students could be precluded from participating in these activities, potentially impacting their ability to complete all program requirements. Students with concerns should speak with the clinical coordinator or department chair.

KU School of Health Professions

University of Kansas Medical Center
Health Information Management
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