Career opportunities

Expanding your career options

A master’s in health informatics is added value to your career and will open up new opportunities for you in the Canadian healthcare system. You will have the ability to connect with and contribute to the ongoing information technology revolution in health.

Here are just a few positions at national and international institutions that our grads have secured with a Master of Health Informatics degree:  

  • Program manager, Nova Scotia Breast Screening Program
  • Data/surveillance consultant, Diabetes Care Nova Scotia

  • Data quality and health information analyst, Cancer Care Ontario
  • Senior analyst, Canadian Institute of Health Information
  • Systems analyst, Toronto East General Hospital
  • Senior analyst, Alberta Health Services
  • Organizational change management and business analysis lead for clinical services, Alberta Health Services
  • Database/systems analyst, Emergency Medical Care Inc., Halifax
  • Assistant professor, Medical Informatics, Faculty of Medicine, Dalhousie University
  • Business systems analyst, e-health Ontario
  • Remote systems administrator, McKesson Provider Technologies, Richmond, BC
  • Product manager, Telus Health, Ottawa
  • eHealth standards terminology specialist, e-Health Ontario
  • Project manager of Health IT, National Opinion Research Center, Washington DC, USA
  • mHealth project officer, International Telecommunication Union, Geneva, Switzerland
  • Manager, Pharmacy Informatics & Automation, King Faisal Specialist Hospital, Saudi Arabia
  • Clinical systems specialist, King Faisal Specialist Hospital and Research Center, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia
  • Systems engineer, GE Healthcare, Bangalore, India
  • Director, Health Management Information System Unit, Ministry of Health and Social Welfare, Liberia
  • Business analyst, International Health Terminology Standards Development Organisation, Copenhagen, Denmark
Alumni stories

Where are they now?

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