Medical Imaging Informatics
Incorporates information technology, diagnostic imaging technology, biological sciences and healthcare into the multidisciplinary field of Medical Imaging Informatics. Imaging Informatics professionals manage the diagnostic digital imaging chain including image acquisition and processing, image distribution and communication, image storage and retrieval, image interpretation and reporting. Imaging Informatics professionals manage, maintain and troubleshoot both the hardware and the software of the diagnostic imaging network. Students may come to this certification preparation program from a healthcare or an information technology background. The didactic courses are 100% online.
- Manage the diagnostic digital imaging chain.
- Manage the hardware and software of the diagnostic imaging network.
Required Core Courses
*In place of MII 290 - equivalent professional work experience equivalent to 168 hours.