When you study online with the University of Missouri, you receive an award-winning education.

The Department of Health Management and Informatics (HMI) at the University of Missouri School of Medicine received the Cerner Award for Excellence in Healthcare Management Systems Education. The department accepted the award during the 2018 Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Management Education (CAHME) awards luncheon. The HMI program has been accredited by CAMHE for 50 years.

“It is a privilege to have a CAHME-accredited master of health administration program situated within a school of medicine,” said Patrick Delafontaine, MD, Hugh E. and Sarah D. Stephenson Dean of the MU School of Medicine. “Not all MHA programs are housed within schools of medicine, so, our structure here in Missouri is unique.”

Read the full story here: Department of Health Management and Informatics Receives Educational Excellence Award

The esteemed program is not only offered on campus at Mizzou — many students receive their online master of health administration or online master of science in health informatics.

“The [online] program is designed to maximize the educational experience for full-time working adults,” said David Moxley, a clinical instructor, associate director of executive programs, and director of education technologies in the Department of Health Management and Informatics.

Mark your calendar

Students in both programs are accepted in the spring term only. We recommend you submit your application by Dec. 1. Learn more about the programs and how to apply: 

Health administration: Online master’s degree

Health informatics: Online master’s degree

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