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Our MBA in Health IT, in collaboration with Frost & Sullivan, aims to train future managers in the interdisciplinary study of the design, development, adoption and application of IT-based innovations in the healthcare services delivery, management and planning.


Health Informatics is defined as the knowledge, skills, and tools that enable the information to be collected, managed, used and shared for supporting the delivery of healthcare services and promoting health. Health Informatics is one of the fastest growing off shoot of information technology and computer science. Our 2-year MBA in Health IT is taught in strategic partnership with Frost & Sullivan, a research and consulting organisation in Healthcare Informatics sector. In addition to a strong academic coursework, the program also includes the opportunity for students to gain experience in the practical application of theory & skill, with a Capstone Project or an Internship.


Frost & Sullivan is a business consulting firm involved in market research and analysis, growth strategy consulting, and corporate training across multiple industries. It is currently headquartered in Mountain View, California, and has offices in over 40 countries. With over 1800 analysts, growth consultants, and visionaries in 45 global offices, Frost & Sullivan provides critical services to its ‘partners’ supporting their growth strategies: Growth Partnership Services and Growth Consulting, Events & Training.
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Healthcare Informatics is a booming, global industry that presents a vast number of opportunities for professionals worldwide. Graduates in Health Informatics often take a position as a Health Information Manager. These professionals bridge the gap between healthcare practitioners and computer & data processing specialists, and are responsible for maintaining and securing all patient records. In addition, as patient data is being more frequently used for maintaining healthcare quality and in developing medical research projects, Health Information Managers are also tasked with keeping patient, hospital and practitioner data secure and accurate. HIT professionals have the opportunity to work in a wide range of areas including:

  • Clinical applications
  • Healthcare Business Intelligence and Analytics
  • Healthcare interoperability
  • Consumer health and population care management
  • Cloud Computing and mobile health
  • Compliance, information privacy and security
  • Architecture – design and architect healthcare applications and systems
  • Software development – build enterprise class applications in healthcare

The core objective of MBA in Health IT program is to train future managers, who want to benefit from the growing healthcare sector, in the interdisciplinary study of the design, development, adoption and application of IT-based innovations in the healthcare services delivery, management and planning. At Chitkara Business School, students leverage cutting-edge technology, tools and data so that they can learn more efficient and effective patient centered healthcare services. They will also develop new skills in organisational leadership and project management. To keep the program industry relevant, the course also examines current trends impacting the Health Informatics field.

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