Medical, Biomedical. and Health Informatics Programs in the United States
Let me refer you to a nice resource on the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Information and Library Science website. The Informatics Degree Programs Summary is a resource that outlines various academic informatics programs offered in the United States. So, whether you're thinking about a master's program or even a PhD program, you should study this list.
The list is broken down into several different areas of informatics, but I'll highlight these 5 areas:
The site also lists dental informatics and others like chemoinformatics. Do we really need so many different types of health-related informatics programs? Is it really critical for us to differentiate between medical vs. biomedical informatics? Is it better for a nurse to get a degree in nursing informatics vs. health informatics? Is it getting too confusing to have all these different informatics programs?