MN Health IT
Learn about Normandale's partnership with Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and the Bloomberg School of Public Health to offer critical healthcare courses to support our transition from volume to value.
Our Continuing Education and Customized Training department is experienced in a variety of workforce training and development options. Contact us for more information on any of the following or if there's something you don't see in this list. We're happy to discuss customized options for your organization.
eLearning designed for the working professional who is interested in healthcare value, transformation, data, technology, and quality - for non-healthcare professionals as well as those currently working in halthcare.
- Healthcare Professions
- Pharmacy Technician
- Holistic Health & Healing
Read about the MNCPF consortium and the unique 3-month certificate program for professionals who seekto or are currently supporting quality and efficiency improvements through process and quality improvement
- Computer Applications
- Graphic and Web Design
- Information Technology
- Data Analytics
- Change Management
- Supervision and Management
- Agile and SCRUM
Discover workforce training programs for professionals interested supporting, driving and thriving in the ever-changing healthcare environment - for non-healthcare professionals as well as seasoned healthcare employees.
"As a leader in the evolution of training for healthcare workers, Normandale is one of a handful of higher ed organizations that has kept up with industry's rapid pace of change." - Dr. Kevin Larsen, Enterprise Lean and Performance Improvement Lead, CMS
"It's no longer just about electronic health records. Instead, the focus is now on helping healthcare workers really use systems and tools in meaningful ways. Normandale is in one of the best positions in Minnesota to provide this level of education. The ACT Health IT training is an incredible opportunity for healthcare workers to level up their skills and expertise and stand out." - Mindy Hangsleben, Lean Entrepreneur Fellow, CMS