Texas Healthcare Informatics Salary - TX
Texas, widely known as the "Lone Star" state, has an array of food, people, languages, cultures, and geography to appeal to the tastes of the most discriminating nurse informatics professional. Encased by Mexico, the U.S., and the Gulf of Mexico, the largest state in the continental U.S. provides a distinct and varied world of unique experiences and exciting adventures. Heritage festivals, rodeos, bike rallies, beaches, and the great outdoors are just a few of the opportunities for memorable moments for nursing informatics. Texans take pride in their state and their heritage and extend warmth and hospitality to all. Nursing students and nursing informatics alike will enjoy the state’s diverse rural and urban areas and discover many activities for those hours or days away from study or work. Another advantage to working in this state is that the average Texas nursing informatics salary is very lucrative at an average of $86,000 per year (www.indeed.com).
Texas provides numerous opportunities for nursing degrees, quality education and employment in nursing informatics. Throughout Texas, those interested in nursing informatics will find many online and campus-based colleges and universities available to pursue nursing informatics training. The state has at least six locations offering doctoral degrees and many locations with specialty nursing programs as well.
And as Texas continues to grow, the state’s nursing shortage has increased as well. Nurses and nurse informatics in Texas hospitals, community health centers, group practices, long term care facilities, and elsewhere in the health care community, are being called upon to lead and manage departments within their organizations and they are recognizing the importance of advanced training, particularly in the area of nursing informatics. In addition, Texas nurses and nurse informatics are being asked to as become educators, not only for the patients, but for the future nurses of their communities.