The University of Toledo’s health information administration program has been named one of the nation’s 10 best online health informatics programs. UToledo’s program is a combination of finance, information technology, law, medicine and management.
Health information administrators supervise health care organizations in the legal and accurate collection, documentation, storage and sharing of classified patient and personnel information and records.
UToledo students with bachelor’s degrees in health information administration are in high demand. Jobs in the health information field are growing faster than the national average as health care becomes more complex.
The Health Information Administration program is housed within the College of Health and Human Services in the School of Population Health.
Options. UToledo's health information administration program offers three options for students to earn a bachelor's degree. All prepare students for the national Registered Health Information Administration (RHIA) examination and to become a credentialed health information professional.
100% online. Need to balance work and family life with school? UToledo’s online HIA program has been named one of the country’s 10 best. Enroll full time or part time. Complete course work at your own pace. You will have access to UToledo’s online tools, eTutoring, IT Help Desk and eLibrary.
Fast track. Earn an HIA bachelor's degree with as little as two years of full-time classes if you have:
The program aligns with and prepares you for the national Registered Health Information Administrator (RHIA) exam.
RHIA certification exam. In your final semester of the HIA program, you can qualify to test early for the Registered Health Information Administrator (RHIA) certification. The certificate gives you an edge in a competitive industry. You may earn more if you have it.
Accredited program. UToledo’s HIA online degree program is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation for Health Informatics and Information Management (CAHIIM). The majority of HIA courses are certified by Quality Matters, which monitors the quality of online courses.
The latest tools and labs. Online students have access to student labs and virtual computers anytime and anywhere. The AHIMA Virtual Lab contains software programs exclusive to UT's HIA undergraduate program.
Real-world experience. UToledo undergrads get professional practice through a senior capstone project and a course that requires students to work for 15 weeks in a health care facility.
The U.S. Department of Labor predicts more than 50,000 new health information specialist jobs will be created during the next 10 years. Starting salaries can range from $30,000 to $50,000. University of Toledo health information administration graduates are qualified to work in myriad settings.
UToledo’s health information administration curriculum provides a dynamic combination of structured online classes and professional, practical experience. HIA students sometimes minor in business or communications.