North Dakota Healthcare Informatics Salary - ND

Depending on credentialing earned, degree held, and experience will affect how much a person in nurse informatics in North Dakota will make.  On average (nationally), entry level positions will make around $57,000 and experienced nurses will make around $87,000 when working in informatics.  According to indeed.com, the average North Dakota nursing informatics salary is 6% higher than the national average.   Payscale.com lists the average annual salaries for nurse informatics from $33,700 to $86,700.

In 2008, the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) conducted a survey about compensation for the informatics field (survey completed by HIMSS members only).  The HIMSS is an organization designated for information technology in healthcare and offers a credential for nurse informatics.  In the survey, those working in healthcare facilities averaged $91,899 a year, while those who work for a multiple hospital organization made $111,514.  In the west north central region of the United States, which North Dakota is situated in, informatics positions earn an average of 98,765.  With salaries like this, nurse informatics is a great field to get into if you are looking for a well-compensated job.

North Dakota Nursing Informatics Salary

Bismarck $61,000
Dickinson $60,000
Fargo $58,000
Grand Forks $57,000
Mandan  $62,000
Minot  $58,000
West Fargo  $57,000


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