There are schools offering health information programs in New Jersey!
Schools Offering Health Information Programs in New Jersey
Around 0.1% of New Jersey's graduates graduate from health information degree programs every year. In other words, every year an estimated 126 health information technicians graduate from New Jersey's 7 health information schools.
The top-ranked school in New Jersey that has a health information program is Berkeley College. Berkeley College, which was ranked 79th in the country in 2010, is located in Little Falls. In 2010, 20 students graduated from Berkeley College's health information program. Tuition at Berkeley College was $20,700 per year.
HoHoKus-Hackensack School of Business and Medical Sciences, which is located in Hackensack, is the third-ranked school in New Jersey that has a health information program. It received a ranking of 87th in the country in 2010. 67 students graduated with degree in health information from HoHoKus-Hackensack School of Business and Medical Sciences in 2010. Tuition at HoHoKus-Hackensack School of Business and Medical Sciences was $0 per year.
If you choose to attend a New Jersey health information school, average tuition will be $7,277 per year. However, tuition at your particular institution may range from $3,615 per year to $20,700 per year. The New Jersey health information schools with the highest tuition rates in 2010 were:
- Berkeley College - located in Little Falls, students are charged $20,700 per year
- Hudson County Community College - located in Jersey City, students are charged $4,240 per year
The health information schools in New Jersey that charged the lowest tuition rates were:
- Burlington County College - located in Pemberton, students are charged $3,615 per year
- Camden County College - located in Blackwood, students are charged $3,720 per year
- Raritan Valley Community College - located in Somerville, students are charged $3,840 per year
A health information degree from a New Jersey school... what next?
Most people who graduate from health information school in New Jersey go on to work as a health information technician. In 2010, there were 1,950 health information technicians working in New Jersey. The following counties have the largest number of New Jersey health information technicians:
- Essex County - 550 health information technicians
- Middlesex County - 410 health information technicians
- Burlington County - 330 health information technicians
The government projects that the number of health information technicians in New Jersey will grow by 6%. By 2018, there will be an estimated 2,350 health information technicians working in New Jersey.
On average, health information technicians earn $47,050 per year. However, New Jersey health information technicians earned anywhere in the range from as less than $20,200 per year to more than $72,500 per year in 2010. A health information technician in the following New Jersey counties makes the highest salaries on average:
- Essex County - $52,530 per year
- Mercer County - $49,580 per year
- Middlesex County - $49,210 per year
A health information technician in the following counties in New Jersey make the lowest salaries on average:
- Cape May County - $34,800 per year
- Atlantic County - $41,350 per year
- Burlington County - $45,060 per year
Take a look at the graphs and charts below for additional New Jersey statistics regarding a career in health information and to compare salaries with a variety of related fields such as health science or medical coding.
Here are the different levels of study available for you to explore.
- Associate's Degree in Health Information in New Jersey
- Certificate in Health Information in New Jersey
Curious what studying Health Information gets you?
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|Rank||Profession||Employment Number||Avg Salary||Job Growth (past 5 yrs)|
|Medical Records and Health Information Technicians||1,950||$47,050||-12.6%|
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