What can you do with a master’s degree in Healthcare Analytics?

Healthcare Analyst

Extracts or collects, manipulates, validates and analyzes big data using advanced analytical approaches and software in the healthcare industry.

Healthcare Strategic Planning Analyst

Develops and maintains databases, analyzes and interprets data and provides feedback on key findings in clinical and non-clinical health settings.

Quality Assurance Analyst

Analyzes performance, safety, clinical and compliance data to assist with risk management and identify opportunities for process improvement.

Healthcare Clinical Data Specialist 

Creates, validates and maintains clinical databases while ensuring data integrity and compliance with all regulatory systems. 

Clinical Research Coordinator

Directs, develops and coordinates activities for clinical research studies including, but not limited to, Institutional Review Board documentation preparation, data collection, data management and correspondence with sponsor organizations.

Research Associate

Manages data, selects appropriate statistical methods and summarizes and reports analysis results.

Electronic Health Record Analyst

Designs, deploys, analyzes and regulates the implementation and support of Electronic Health Record systems.

Biostatistician

Performs statistical analyses and related services, including experimental design and grant assistance, for a range of biology-related topics.

Financial Healthcare Data Analyst

Supports financial planning by analyzing and interpreting health-related financial data and providing recommendations for reduced healthcare expenditures and improved patient outcomes.

Database Administrator

Utilizes specialized software to develop data integration processes, control and authorize data use, and maintain database performance.