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     College of Allied Health Sciences
 Health Services and Information Management

HIIPhoto The BS in Health Services Management is designed to provide health care practitioners and others with the skills and competencies to function as supervisors and managers in health care settings. Graduates will be prepared for mid-level management positions or for entrance into master's programs in allied health. 

Interested in a Master's Program in the College of Allied Health Sciences? The B.S. in Health Services Management can be a "stepping stone" to many of our graduate allied health programs. Courses of study have been created to meet the pre-requisite requirements for graduate allied health programs and Health Services Management.  

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HIIPhoto2 The graduate degree in health informatics and information management (MS HIIM) is a transdisciplinary academic program at the intersection of the disciplines of computer and information science and technology, health services administration and management, and more importantly the dynamics between the two. It is designed to prepare individuals to be informaticians as well as information management professionals who can work proficiently with clinicians and health services administrators in order to develop clear and effective health information strategies for health care organizations.
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The Department of Health Services and Information Management offers six different graduate certificates. Click on the certificate names to visit each individual website and learn more information. 

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Rhonda Joyner

HIIM program graduates first master's student

A distance education student from the Charlotte area has become the first person to graduate from East Carolina University with a master's degree in Health Informatics and Information Management. Rhonda Joyner of Indian Trails completed her required internship this summer and is now seeking employment in the health care industry.

Read more about Joyner's experience at

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Cellucci and Forrestal prepare future healthcare managers

Ethics and Professionalism for Healthcare Managers by Elizabeth J. Forrestal and Leigh W. Cellucci, Professors in the Department of Health Services and Information Management, discusses a host of difficult decisions that health care managers face every day.

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