University programs to help unemployed boost computer and IT skills

02/15/2010 | Healthcare IT News

Two certificate programs funded by the stimulus law are being offered at Northern Kentucky University for unemployed professionals who qualify under the Workforce Investment Act. The health informatics certificate focuses on improving professionals' computer skills in health information and clinical systems informatics while the business process analysis certificate aims to provide professionals with IT competencies.

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