Health Information Technology Salary Guide

A CHISP Certification: A Positive Investment in Your Career

From an employer’s perspective, a Certified Health Informatics Systems Professional - CHISP® certification indicates you are dedicated to professional development and have a solid HIT foundation. Our credentials serve as a demonstrable qualifier of professional expertise. Employers also trust that as a certified CHISP you’ve mastered the critical thinking and practical application skills our program requires.

HIT Salary Guide

Getting a CHISP credential puts you in a position for a higher salaries than an uncertified HIT counterpart.

Beyond opening doors for high levels of compensation, the Bureau of Labor Statistics projects there will be approximately 12,000 to 50,000 new jobs by 2017. Of this number, it cites HIT and medical records as among the fastest growing career fields in the nation. See how HIT’s anticipated growth compares to other occupations in the table below.

HIT positions are projected to have competitive salaries ranging from $20,000 to $30,000 for entry-level positions with an associate’s degree to bachelor’s degree report salaries ranging from $30,000 to $50,000.

Health IT projected increase in employment graph