The MS in Health Informatics & Analytics program is at the cutting edge of health informatics, an emergent field that looks at the intersection of people, processes and information in healthcare organizations. From data visualization to big data dashboards, students learn the latest information technology and management principles to prepare for high-demand careers as health informaticians.
This 14-month program is designed for information systems professionals, healthcare managers, physicians, nurses and other clinicians, as well as healthcare support personnel who want to learn how to use today’s advanced information systems to create more efficient and productive healthcare environments. One of the only programs of its kind in South Florida, our MSHI&A focuses on technology adoption, change management, project management and process engineering, so you're ready to tackle "big picture" challenges.
There’s no better way to build your expertise in the growing healthcare informatics and management field than through this exceptional Master of Science program.
In both political and military battles there are casualties. During this election season, one of the most notable casualties is free trade. The bipartisan piling on –slamming NAFTA, TPP, WTO and single nations (mainly China, Mexico, and Japan) — is without precedent. As for proponents of free trade, their silence is deafening—fearful of retaliation by […]
Department of Information Systems and Business Analytics Monica Chiarini Tremblay, department chair and associate professor, was recently elected president-elect of the Association of Information Systems’ SIG-Health, which supports health-IS research, education and career development. Department of Management & International Business Jerry Haar, professor, wrote an op-ed column entitled “Brain Drain: Fact? Fiction? Or A Little of […]
They overcame challenges, started business, and helped build communities. Some combined jobs and classes with raising a family and community service. And as they graduate from the College of Business, they look to a bright future. These six students were named Worlds Ahead graduates for Summer 2016. Each was recognized by FIU President Mark B. […]
Women executives — all Florida International University MBA alumni — shared their insights and experience at a panel discussion July 7, which took place at FIU Downtown on Brickell. “The discussion touched on community and empowerment, and the awareness of where that can take ambitious people,” said Ashley Capó, recruitment manager, professional and executive MBA programs […]
School of Accounting Jimmy Carmenate, clinical instructor, has been named Outstanding Faculty Advisor of the Year by the national office of Beta Alpha Psi, the honor society for accounting, finance and information sciences students. Carmenate serves as faculty advisor to the FIU student chapter, which recently achieved Gold Chapter status for two consecutive years. Department […]
A group of 15 small business owners from Cuba this week became the first cohort of InCubando@FIU, FIU’s first-ever customized program designed to sharpen the managerial skills and business savvy of young entrepreneurs from the island. During the six-week program, College of Business faculty will deliver courses in Spanish covering small business management, accounting and […]
Thirty years ago, a group of Florida International University accounting students came together to establish a chapter of Beta Alpha Psi, the honor society for accounting, finance and information systems students. Several decades later, FIU warmly welcomed back over 100 of those who made Beta Alpha Psi part of their College of Business experience. The […]
It’s not often that the public, private and non-profit sectors come together to advance an initiative. Similarly, it is not often that students from different academic disciplines team up to take on a social challenge. But that is exactly what happened at Florida International University on May 4, when the College of Business, Junior Achievement […]
School of Accounting Antoinette Smith, associate professor, is the author of “Insider Secrets to College Classroom Success,” a guide to best practices that will help make college students more successful in the classroom. She was recognized at the FIU Book Authors Recognition Reception. David W. Barman, instructor, served as a guest judge at the Florida […]
An Uber driver can be summoned from Manhattan or Mumbai. But the smart phone app does more than move people around. It also generates a treasure trove of information. That’s what inspired two teams of Florida International University (FIU) graduate students in the Information Systems program to use the ride sharing app’s data as raw […]