Partnership Programs

AMIA - OHSU 10x10 Certificate in Biomedical Informatics

The introductory-level, distance learning program at OHSU is the 10x10 Program. Run in partnership with the American Medical Informatics Association (AMIA), this program aims to train individuals at the Expert level. The 10x10 moniker comes from a goal to train 10,000 health care professionals by the year 2010 in basic informatics so they can be local experts representing users in their communities. This course, which is administered by AMIA, is an adaptation of the introductory course in the OHSU curriculum, with an addition of a 1-2 day in-person session covering additional material in an interactive manner. Although 10x10 does not grant degrees, the course can be used for subsequent credit in other OHSU programs (for up to 3 years) pending successful completion of a final exam (which is not otherwise required in 10x10).

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Portland State University Master of Science in Applied Data Science for Business (MSADSB)

OHSU Biomedical Informatics partners with Portland State University’s Master of Science in Applied Data Science for Business (MSADSB) to allow our Graduate Certificate in Health & Clinical Informatics to be one of the several certificate programs used as feeders for the MSADSB program. This STEM-designated MSADSB program positions graduates for a career requiring knowledge of cloud services, machine learning, and artificial intelligence. The fully online MSADSB program dives into business strategy, data visualization, security, and ethics — on a timeline that works with busy schedules. The curriculum applies across functions, including marketing, analytics, finance, HR, management, and health and clinical informatics.

Portland State University - OHSU 3+2

Portland State University and Oregon Health & Science University offer an accelerated, collaborative degree program in Biomedical Informatics. Designed for high-achieving Freshmen, students in this program combine Portland State and OHSU courses to receive both a B.S. Computer Science degree and a Master of Science in Biomedical Informatics degree at the end of five years.

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