Johns Hopkins University to offer informatics degree
Baltimore Business Journal, July 21, 2009
Johns Hopkins University will debut a new master's degree in health informatics in fall 2009. The one-year program at the medical school will train students on how to develop information systems used in hospitals, clinics, and public health settings.
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