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Missouri Healthcare Informatics School - MO


The majority of Missouri nursing informatics programs offer a master’s degree.  This means that a successful candidate must complete a bachelor’s degree in nursing in order qualify for entrance into the master’s level program in nursing informatics.  Additionally, in Missouri, the candidate must be a licensed registered nurse in order to then eventually seek employment as a nursing informatics professional.  This means that in addition to the educational component, the candidate must also successfully pass the NCLEX certification examination, and apply for licensure with the state.

Though not mandated by the state of Missouri to practice nursing informatics, a master’s degree, and subsequent certification in informatics nursing is certainly the standard for which employers are looking.  These Missouri nursing informatics programs focus on an interdisciplinary study of health care practice, information systems, computer science, health care data, and quality improvements in public health.

This post-baccalaureate education will allow the student to sit for the certification examination in informatics nursing through the American Nurses Credentialing Center.  Though not required to practice informatics nursing, this credential will definitely aid in improving the marketability of the professional, along with improving opportunities for advancement.

Through campus based and online programs, aspiring Nurses in Health Informatics in Kansas City, St. Louis, Springfield and Independence, Missouri may be able to prepare themselves for the possibility of employment in some of the largest hospitals and healthcare facilities in the state including the St. Johns Mercy Medical Center, St. Anthony’s Medical Center, Barnes Jewish Hospital and Missouri Baptist Medical Center.

Nursing Informatics Schools