Health Information Technology Career Outlook

Enjoy the prestige, job security and satisfaction of working in the growing healthcare industry! Healthcare is booming! The ever-increasing number of patients, medical tests, insurance claims, regulations and hospital admissions are driving record growth in healthcare services. Health Information Technician graduates are prepared to work in a variety of healthcare industries, including outpatient and physician clinics, hospital medial records departments, state health departments, long-term care facilities, insurance agencies, managed care organizations and private industry.
Growth Potential & Career Opportunities

The U.S. Department of Labor projects the growth for Health Information Technology jobs to increase 15% by 2024.*
McKinley’s online Health Information Technology Associate Degree prepares you with the skills and knowledge to work in many positions. Examples Include:

  • Health Information Technician
  • Medical Coder
  • Medical Biller and Insurance Processor
  • Medical Office Manager
  • Health Data Manager
  • Healthcare Records Manager
  • Outpatient Coordinator


*, 3/1/2016