Career Outlook

As organizations increase their reliance on information technology and as our population continues to age and require more medical services, the clinical informatics field is expected to see faster-than-average job growth in the coming decade. The number of clinical informatics and health care IT jobs is projected to grow by 8% between 2019 and 2029, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

Compensation

The median wage for health informatics specialists was nearly $91,000 in 2019, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, with the top 10% earning more than $147,000 annually.

Job Roles

Our graduates enter the job market with a range of skills that qualify them for a variety of positions, including:

  • Clinical informaticist
  • Clinical informatics nurse
  • Clinical informatics systems analyst
  • Digital diabetes research officer
  • Health informatics analyst
  • Health information manager
  • Health information specialist
  • Informatics nurse leader
  • Nursing information systems coordinator
  • Registered nurse clinical informatics systems educator

More Information

You can read interviews with some of our accomplished alumni and get a sense of the diversity of career opportunities available in the clinical informatics field.