Health care industry jobs are almost always available and the health care industry is crying out for qualified people to take the open health care jobs. You don't have to know medicine or be good at science in order to work in health care though. There is a huge need for qualified administrative professionals who have a degree in Medical Informatics to oversee patient records and administrative records, deal with insurance companies and insurance claims, and make sure that patients privacy is protected while making medical information accessible to medial professionals that need it as soon as possible to eliminate any delay between diagnosis and treatment, especially in critical cases. Medical Informatics is a crucial component of health care and people who have a Medical Informatics degree can make a lot of money and have a lot of potential for career advancement. If you've never thought about getting a degree in Medical Informatics or pursuing a career in Medical Informatics you should consider it, especially if you want to get out of the industry that you are currently working in and want to move into an industry with a lot of job growth. The health care industry is steady and very low unemployment so if you want to start a new career in a field where your job will never be outsourced Medical Informatics could be just what you have been looking for. Medical Informatics is a fairly new field so people who get a Medical Informatics degree can really help to shape the industry and help expand the use of Medical Informatics to other areas.
When you get a degree in Medical Informatics you can specialize in Bioinformatics, Public Health Informatics, Organizational Informatics, Social Informatics or Clinical Informatics so there is a wide range of areas that you can choose from to work in. Whether you want to work in a diagnostic lab or in a clinical research facility or with patients in a hospital or even in private care there are chances for you to do that if you have a Medical Informatics degree. If you have a great attention to details, like working with computers and are comfortable with new technology, work well under pressure, can take theoretic applications and use them in a practical way, can work well as part of a team, have good customer service skills and people skills, and have a sincere interest in the health care industry and medicine then you might find that a career in Medical Informatics is a career that would be very rewarding for you. When you sign up for a Medical Informatics degree program it will be a big help if you have a background in math and science. If you don't have a strong background in math and science then you might to consider taking some remedial math and science courses before enrolling in a Medical Informatics degree program. If you have experience in the health care industry or in customer service that experience will help you as you pursue a degree in Medical Informatics.