Carolina Health Informatics Program (CHIP) is an interdisciplinary program, partnering with School of Medicine, School of Nursing, Computer Science Dept., School of Dentistry, Eshelman School of Pharmacy, Gillings School of Public Health, and School of Information and Library Science.  CHIP offers a professional science master’s degree in biomedical and health informatics (both residential and online modalities are available) and it also offers a PhD degree in Health Informatics.  For more information on CHIP, please visit the website.

 

CHIP Annual Symposium

Carolina Health Informatics Program (CHIP) is an interdisciplinary program, partnering with School of Medicine, School of Nursing, Computer Science dept., School of Dentistry, Eshelman School of Pharmacy, Gillings School of Public Health, and School of Information and Library Science.

Every year CHIP host a symposium. Past topics included:

  • Ushering in the Era of Value-Based Care: leveraging health data analytics
  • Health Data Analytics, Governance and Assessment Symposium
  • Health Ethics at the Intersection of Data and Technology

On average the symposium hosts over 100 attendees, including senior executives from industry, leading researchers, government officials, and students. CHIP events engage with tech, IT, and healthcare companies like, IBM Watson, RTI, Optum (UnitedHealth Group), IQVIA, UNC Health Care, and SAS.

 

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