Health informaticists are a central figure in the improvement of the healthcare systems. They occupy a critical intersection between medicine and technology, which places these skills in high demand in today’s world. Several career opportunities are available to someone with the right skills and credentials. Many of the students studying healthcare informatics graduate and assume the role of “analyst” in various locations, including hospitals, public health, insurance companies, and technology vendors. In each of these settings, it is the role of the informatics professional to provide timely and understandable data that assists in decision making and planning.