Master in Health Information Management
A collaborative Master programme in three countries: Kenya, South Africa and Germany
The postgraduate Master programme in Health Information Management is a joint project between between Kenya Methodist University (KeMU), University of the Western Cape (UWC) and Neu-Ulm University of Applied Sciences (HNU).
Health Information Management is the management of ICT to collect, store, process, retrieve, analyze, disseminate and communicate information related to the planning, provision, research and evaluation of healthcare services.
This course combines information management, healthcare management, business studies, health informatics and integrates intercultural communication and personal leadership competencies and addresses professionals in healthcare / hospital management from Africa and Germany. This collaborative Master programme is grouped into three teaching semesters of 6 weeks each with full-time lectures and it is held at the HNU in Germany, the Methodist University in Kenya and the University of Western Cape in South Africa.
Health Information Management is a challenging profession involving the application of clinical know ledge, aspects of information technology, database
management and administration.
Further information are provided at the HNU Centre for Professional and Postgraduate Studies.