Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare Certificate

Healthcare Revolutionized by Data

The healthcare industry will produce 2.3 trillion gigabytes of nonstructured data in 2020 alone by some estimates, a figure that increases 48% each year. This flood of data, along with a pressing need to address industry inefficiencies, poises the healthcare industry for a quantum leap in digital Innovation.

This exploding Health Informatics sector needs professionals of many kinds to support, implement, assess, teach, and research AI healthcare solutions. The field is young and opportunities are plentiful and well-compensated.

New software solutions and cutting-edge research are being developed and implemented now to overcome these challenges, and there is ample room and immediate need for novel ideas and innovation.

The Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare certificate program can be completed entirely online.

Program Summary: Artificial Intelligence

As a health informatics professional, you'll merge your knowledge of patient care with your understanding of artificial intelligence concepts, methods, and tools to:

  • Work with providers, healthcare professionals, and patients to assess and implement information solutions.
  • Characterize, evaluate, and refine clinical processes.
  • Develop, implement, and refine clinical decision support systems.
  • Lead procurement, customization, development, implementation, management, evaluation, and continuous improvement of clinical information systems such as electronic health records and order-entry systems.      

3 Classes, 2 Semesters

The 9-credit Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare Certificate can be completed over two semesters, and totally online if you wish. 

Required Courses: 9 Credits

The following courses are required to earn the Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare Graduate Certificate:

Course No. Course Title Credits
SAT 5114 Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare  3
EET 4501 Applied Machine Learning  3
SAT 5141 Clinical Decision Support Modeling 3

AI and machine learning hold the keys to significantly improve healthcare efficiencies, reduce costs, and safeguard the health and privacy of millions of people.

Guy Hembroff, Director of the Health Informatics graduate programs
Guy Hembroff, Director, Health Informatics Graduate Programs

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