Dr. J.P. Shim will be leading this 14-day program in May. The tour will include visits at major companies, cultural experiences, educational programs at Korean universities, 3 days in Hong Kong and more.
The J. Mack Robinson College of Business offers a full program in Health Informatics. You can use the resources on these pages to learn about this program and to help make a qualified decision on joining as a student.
What is Health Informatics?
Health Informatics combines knowledge from medical areas, healthcare administration and information technology. An expert in Health Informatics knows about information technology, how to apply the technology to solve practical problems and how to manage complex processes of implementing new solutions into organizations. Besides these generic competencies, Health Informatics experts also know about the industry, both from the point of view of providing medical services, and from the point of view of administrating complex medical organizations and processes.
Experts in Health Informatics can, in other words, help the industry effectively adopt information technology to innovate and improve its medical services and the way they are administrated.
Studying Health Informatics at Robinson
At the J. Mack Robinson College of Business you can study Health Informatics on different levels.
- On the undergraduate level, we offer a major in Computer Information Systems with a specialization in Health Informatics
- On the graduate level, we offer:
Feel free to write an e-mail to one of the professors involved. They will be more than happy to answer any questions and tell you more about possible ways you can become involved as a student.