A Seventh-day Adventist Organization

Imaging Informatics (Online) - Certificate

Informatics Program Brochure

The Imaging Imformatics Certificate provides the radiologic technologist with skills necessary to functions as a PACS (Picture Archival Communications System) administrator.  The Program focus is on:  Informatics technologies, PACS planning and implementation, administrative issues, and the management of PACS systems.

Enrollment Period

Applications are accepted between January 1 and August 1 with the program starting in each fall quarter.

Requirements

  • Certified by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (AART) in Diagnostic Radiography
  • Copy of current state and national license/certification
  • Official transcripts for all college work
  • 3 letters or reference
  • 1 page essay describing personal and professional skills and accomplishments, interests, career goals, and how the Imaging Informatics program will help achieve them
  • Phone Interview (to be scheduled after application has been submitted.)
  • The applicants recommendations, interview and work experience are considered in the admissions screening process.
  • Up to date vaccinations

Program Courses

Autumn Quarter
RTII 354  Introduction to Informatics  -3 units
RTII 368  Communication and Edu in Informatics -3 units

Winter Quarter
RTII 364  Administrative Issues in Informatics-  3 units
RTII 378  Systems Management in Informatics-  3 units

Spring Quarter
RTII 384  Advance Imaging Informatics- 3 units
RTII 374  Image Management- 3 units

Summer Quarter
RTII 356  Information Technology in Radiology - 3 units
RTII 358  PACS Planning and Implementation - 3 units

Total number of units-  24 units

Program Design

The program consists of eight 3-unit courses totaling 24 units.  Students will utilize text, video, and other interactive online resources to optimize the online environment through the Canvas delivery system. 

Financial Information

The student should be prepared to be responsible for all tuition fees, living expenses, and transportation costs.

Contact us

Timothy Seavey, M.A.M, RT (R)(CT)
Program Director
tseavey@llu.edu

Department of Radiation Technology
School of Allied Health Professions, Room A-829
Loma Linda, CA 92350
(909) 558-4931-2-0 or (909) 558-1000 Ask for Allied Health
then the BSRS Program Director ext: 85233