By Lisa A. Eramo
We’ve all heard the story. Someone earns a bachelor’s or master’s degree, is unable to land a decent-paying job, and ends up financially strapped because of a less-than-ideal income, student loan debt, and an inability to progress in the field.
The good news is if you graduate with a health information management (HIM) or health information technology (HIT) degree, you don’t have to worry about that. It’s not a matter of whether you will find a decent-paying job—but rather, which job you will choose when multiple offers come your way. This is because HIM and HIT professionals are in high demand, and they have the salaries to prove it.
How much will you actually make as a health information professional? How do HIM and HIT salaries compare? Here are the answers to those questions and more…. [Read More]