Executive MS - Population Health Management

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Executive MS in Population Health Management

The 12-month executive program is designed for experienced health care professionals, such as, providers, clinical managers, and healthcare executives with at least 5 years’ practice experience, who are interested in enhancing their knowledge and skills to create sustainable models for value-based and accountable care.

Students will gain expertise in value-based healthcare delivery, including practice redesign, team-based models of care, incentive payment models, and improving healthcare quality and safety, working with accountable care organizations, implementing population health management approaches, adopting appropriate health information technology, effectively leveraging data to drive healthcare improvement, maximizing community assets to address social determinants, and much more. The program will culminate in a practice transformation practicum, during which students will develop and implement projects aligned with the triple aim within their practice settings.

The executive program offers:

  • Asynchronous online classes that allow you to earn your master's while working;
  • Strategically aligned weekend seminars that allow for in-depth exploration of key topics;
  • A cohort-based structure that fosters collaboration with other clinicians and administrators;
  • Courses led by respected population health leaders; and a strong focus on applied learning, so you quickly put new knowledge and skills into practice.