Health informatics courses and careers
The Discipline of Health Informatics was established to improve information and communication technologies in health care. It is involved in the innovation and development of information systems that support patient care, health planning, health care evaluation, financial management and medical research.
The role of the health informatics professional is dynamic and involves close liaison with medical, nursing and administrative staff, other health professionals, IT staff and the public.
The health informatics program aims to equip health professionals with vital knowledge and skills in information and computer science, management, health care systems, and research methods.