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MEDIAN: £32,250
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Health information managers maintain the collection of information and regulate record-keeping, ensuring that all information is transmitted and stored in a legal and ethical manner. More often than not, information is stored by the health information managers electronically, although some still deal ...
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MEDIAN: £46,199
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Information system, or IS, managers, are the head of the information technology (IT) department and must be able to manage a team to ensure that they are functional and productive. They ensure program applications or modifications to those applications run smoothly. IS managers are responsible for ...
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To ensure patient safety, legal compliance, and cost-effectiveness in medical care, facilities maintain large, complex databases of patient information and treatment data. It is the duty of the health information management (HIM) manager to maintain that system of vital medical documentation, which typically ...
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MEDIAN: £55,999
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Information technology (IT) project managers lead their technical team(s) in design and development tasks. They assist test teams in their efforts to create test plans, and they make sure that the software quality is up to par. Additionally, they coordinate the delivery of development and production ...
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Project Manager, Information Technology (IT) - Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC) , salaries: £30,585 - £91,728
Project Manager, Information Technology (IT) - HSBC , salaries: £48,000 - £86,897
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Many businesses have multiple groups handling the different facets of business technology. Generally, an information technology (IT) operations manager oversees these multiple groups. They may supervise only a few or a large number of employees, depending on the size of the business. They must work closely ...
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The records manager is responsible for maintaining their organization's records and files. They store the records and ensure they are easily accessible. These manager are responsible for creating records in a variety of different areas for their organization, such as files on employees that must be maintained. ...
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Business intelligence managers are responsible for providing data solutions related to business strategies in their organization. They are in charge of a group of analysts that use a variety of statistical methodologies to solve quantitative business issues and increase profitability. Business intelligence ...
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Information technology managers are important to any business that uses a network of computers for employees to work and communicate with. Their job is very technical and requires specific training to understand mathematical computer languages. The information technology manager must be a critical ...
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