Health care is one of the healthiest job markets in the U.S. today, with an estimated 2.4 million new jobs expected to be added by 2026.
Thanks to revolutionary technological advancements, modern medicine is poised for transformation from a “disease industry” to a “scientific wellness industry,” according to a report in healthcareitnews.com.
The field of health information technology is experiencing explosive growth and offers tremendous earning potential (average health IT salary: $91,000, according to one survey).
One of the most common questions from those interested in the field of health informatics is, “Do I need to have a health informatics certification?” The answer varies depending on where you want to work and in what capacity.
How the Digital Revolution is Changing Health Care
Protecting data, collaborating to tackle new challenges and staying patient-focused as technology continues to drive change: These are the top concerns emerging from a health information technology survey of executives …