Information Technology has permeated into every sector. Healthcare has not been spared too. Information Technology is now used to organise and analyse health records to improve healthcare outcomes. There is now Health Informatics, an interdisciplinary field that applies Information Technology resources, devices, and methods to acquire, store, retrieve and use health and medical data. The advent of Health Informatics has enabled electronic access to medical records for patients, doctors, nurses, hospital administrators, and health informaticians. This has led to improved efficiency and care coordination, and has made it easier for health information to be shared between different entities. The demand for qualified Health Informaticians has henceforth, grown. In this webinar, we will examine what Health Informatics is, its growth over the decades, the kind of profession it has generated, and the increased demand for Health Informatics professionals.