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Department of Health Management & Policy
Welcome to Health Management and Policy. We offer exciting and challenging degree programs for gaining knowledge and skills in health services management and health policy. Our state-of-the art curricula are taught by a world-renowned faculty with active research agendas. We provide a rigorous, multidisciplinary course of study that prepares students to meet the changing demands of health care, public health, and health policy environments.
Our recognition as North America's leading program confirms the contributions that HMP graduates make to the organization and management of the nation's public health and health care systems. HMP alumni hold key leadership positions in local, state and federal government agencies, in health insurance plans, in special programs for the poor and disadvantaged, in health policy research and advocacy organizations, and in hospitals, clinics, HMOs, and health centers in the U.S. and abroad.
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H-Net: Real-World Mentoring from the Leaders & Best
Andy Ryan on Hospital Quality Grading
Andrew Ryan, HMP professor, discusses his paper, "Grade Pending: Lessons for Hospital Quality Reporting from the New York City Restaurant Sanitation Inspection Program" on Brian Lehrer's CUNY program.
Dr. Kenneth Warner, professor in Health Management & Policy and former Dean of the School of Public Health publishes a radical new stragegy that could help smokers to quit once and for all.
Michael Rozier, current doctoral student, publishes poignant article on ebola
Ebola is killing people, but its true power comes from poverty and political instability. Read more.
HMP Students Participate in National Everett V. Fox Student Case Competition
At the National Association of Health Services Executives (NAHSE) Annual Education Conference, Business Meeting and Exhibition, October 14-17 in Detroit, HMP students Jennifer Dingle, Kisha McPherson, and Jasmine Page competed in the national Everett V. Fox case competition. The competition is a scholarship program that utilizes the case study methodology of teaching to provide graduate students with an educational experience that enhances their problem analysis and presentation skills, while exposing them to real-life health services administration issues.
HMP seeking Assistant/Associate Professor in Population Health
We are seeking a tenure-track assistant or associate professor in the area of population health management and policy. Application review will begin on Nov 3 and continue until the position is filled. For application instructions and more details, please see the full position announcement.
School of Public Health & School of Information seeking Associate/Professor in Health Informatics
SPH and SI are jointly seeking a faculty candidate at the associate or full professor rank in the area of health informatics. Application review will begin on Nov 15 and continue until the position is filled. For application instructions and more details, please see the full position announcement.