Nursing Informatics Conferences

Healthcare informatics is defined as the interdisciplinary study of the design, development, adoption and application of IT based innovations in healthcare services delivery management and planning. Healthcare Informatics sometimes known as health informatics has grown as an evolving science with an expansion of electronic health records and health data analytics systems.

Healthcare informatics is also known as health informatics, medical informatics, nursing informatics, biomedical informatics and clinical informatics. It is a multidisciplinary field that uses health information technology to improve healthcare via any combinations of higher efficiency, higher quality and new opportunities. The disciplines involved include computer science, behavioral science, management science, information science and social science. Healthcare informatics include subfields of specialties in clinical informatics like pathology informatics, imaging informatics, public health informatics, clinical bioinformatics, home health informatics, nursing informatics, consumer informatics, informatics for education and research, pharmacy informatics, Community health informatics and Home health informatics.

Market Report

Healthcare informatics is one of the fast growing career fields. By combining their skills in public health and information, health informatics professionals can take many important roles. The bureau of labor statistics projects that employment in the area of health care informatics and its related fields will grow nearly 18% from 2014-2024, much faster than other professionals.42% graduates are working in health systems (Hospitals or Clinics) by earning a salary of $63k, 19% work in Technology(Computer software/Internet) with an of $110k, 12% graduates in Consulting  with a median salary of $100k, 12% people work in Healthcare products(or services) earning $73k, with a salary of $62 .5k  the graduates star up their career. The average salary is $ 78k. Where our graduates are working in Midwest 64% people work, West 16%, East 16%, International 1%. Healthcare informatics is the rapidly growing field in one of the largest industries worldwide. Healthcare informatics professionals can see more job openings and more opportunities for innovation as the field continuous to emerge. A survey conducted on 3,400 healthcare providers and organizations reported that in 2014, 84% of them hired at least one IT professional. That’s up only 5% from the same survey in 2013. More than 80% of the sectors use cloud, the cloud is just one new technology of dozens that the healthcare industry is adopting. But with cloud computing, big data and data management systems constantly changing, the industry will need experienced professionals, who are well versed in medical records keeping and IT. $89,000 is the average salary for clinical informatics, as he is the person whom completely collects the hospital data and turn it to terabytes of used space into useful information. Health informatics job growth has increased by 22% in 10 years.  

Conference sessions

Healthcare informatics, Clinical Health informatics, Health economics, Healthcare Modeling, Clinical informatics, Public health informatics, Patient care informatics, Health informatics Research, Neuro informatics, Medical informatics, Healthcare simulation, Health informatics Ethics, Patient health informatics.

Target Audience :

Healthcare Informatician, Insurance Companies, Clinical Informatician,  Health planners, Hospital CEO’s, Data management specialists, Pharmaceutical companies, Health Educators, Health care administrators, Health ICT specialists, Policy makers, Healthcare IT companies, Care givers, Media professionals, Advocacy groups, Business/finance professionals.

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