New graduates celebrate with their families at their nursing commencement ceremony.
Health Information Management Programs in New Mexico
New Mexico is one of the areas of the country that has embraced the charge to improve healthcare for all of its citizens. It has a wide variety of doctors' offices, hospitals, and research centers big and small that are helping to drive this goal. Why not check out some Health Management Programs in New Mexico and become part of the change yourself? New Mexico Health Management Programs are available at the associate's, bachelor's and master's degree level. You can find them in the form of face to face programs or online programs, so there's an option out there to suit virtually any need.
An associate's degree is by far the fastest formal degree and puts you on the path to a new job very quickly. People who are hoping to take advantage of the 20% growth rate in Health Information Management quickly generally go for this option. As you study for your associate's degree over two years, you will be equipped with a wide range of very important technical skills. These skills help you manage and navigate the massive amount of records and documents that healthcare organization generate, so you can help make sure the right health records are always accurate and available.
A bachelor's degree has traditionally been thought of as a way of building on the career preparation that an associate's degree provides. The bachelor's degree offers a few more career focused classes than the associate's degree, but it is best known for the general education requirements that augment your experience. You will have the chance to learn about all kinds of subjects of interest. Usually, you'll be expected to take some courses in English, math, science, and the humanities or liberal arts in order to meet the general education requirements at your institution. This takes about four years, but can be less when you have an associate's.
A master's degree is a wonderful way to "cap off" your education in Health Information Management. Only a small percentage of the thousands of people in Health Information Management throughout the United States have a master's degree, so it can really help you build your expertise. Typically, master's degree holders will work at larger healthcare institutions. They generally make more than the median income in the field, which currently stands at $32,000 nationwide. Plus, they are often considered first when leadership roles emerge, so they can end up as managers at the head of the Health Information Management support team.
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New Mexico Board of Nursing
6301 Indian School Road, NE
Albuquerque, NM 87110
Phone: (505) 841-8340
Fax: (505) 841-8347
New Mexico Nurses Association