Health Information Management
Health information management (HIM) exemplifies medicine, health, business and information
management. HIM will prepare students to become health information administrators.
Students gain skills in planning, organizing, controlling and evaluating health information
systems. They apply legal principles, policies, regulations and standards and analyze
their impact on risk management while supervising personnel in various health-care
settings. Health information administrators are responsible for health records and
must validate that the diagnosis, treatment and planning, research and reimbursement
procedures are documented and accurately classified.
Sound Like You?Supervise hospital employees • Manage electronic health records • Train health-care
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- Outstanding labs and facilities - Learn in new, state-of-the-art classroom and lab spaces with equipment that lets you get hands-on to simulate the work you’ll do once you graduate.
- Benefit from on-campus opportunities - Take advantage of the close proximity to UT Medical Center hospital and outpatient services for volunteer experience and clinical rotations. Work in some of the Main Campus clinics to practice your skills and learn while providing direct service to the public. You can even work with the student-athletes in UT's athletics and recreation programs.
- Outstanding faculty - Learn from faculty who are as well-versed in the practice of health sciences as in the theory. They are distinguished researchers and providers who want to teach and mentor you.
- Master's and Ph.D. programs - These upper-level programs attract high-caliber faculty and resources that also benefit our undergraduate students.
Bachelor of Science
The University of Toledo is on a mission to make college affordable for everyone.
Here are just some of the organizations you can join as a health science student:
- Medical Philanthropic Society
- National Student Speech, Language and Hearing Association
Complete List of Organizations