St. Scholastica expands online health information management degree program


Article from Duluth News Tribune:

Already a leader in the field of health information management, the College of St. Scholastica is expanding its online program.

The Duluth school previously offered a bachelor’s degree that was predominantly earned online, said Ryan Sandefer, chairman for Health Informatics and Information Management. Beginning this fall, students will be able to earn the degree without ever visiting campus.

“Before, we always required a one-week intensive on-site experience,” Sandefer said. “We’ve moved that … to 100 percent online to be more flexible for students.”

One of the students benefiting from that flexibility is Daniel Ramos, who works for an agricultural trade association in Phoenix and has never be………..

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