Tackle the challenges associated with improving healthcare delivery systems with this CAHME-accredited, practice-based program that builds crucial analytical and leadership competencies. This certificate is 28 credits. For more information on the Healthcare Management Certificate, visit the student dashboard.
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What You Will Learn
Upon completion of the MPH with a certificate in Healthcare Management, graduates excel in five key areas: health care system analysis, health policy analysis, improvement and implementation, leadership, and professionalism.
Sample Course Titles
- Health Care Delivery Systems: Issues and Innovations
- Managerial Skills for Problem Solving
- Managerial Accounting for Healthcare Leaders
- Strategic Management of Healthcare Organizations
- Operations Management in Health Care
- Program Evaluation Intern, Fenway Community Health Center
- Administrative & Elder Service Plan Intern, East Boston Neighborhood Health Center
- Health Systems Administrative Intern, Veterans’ Affairs Boston Healthcare System
- Population Health Intern, Atrius Health
- Assistant Program Administrator, BUMC Center for Implementation & Improvement Sciences
- Neurology Quality Improvement Intern, Boston Children’s Hospital
- Performance Management & Quality Improvement Intern, Massachusetts Department of Public Health
- Process Improvement Consultant Intern, Massachusetts General Hospital Orthopedics Department
Integrative Learning Experience
The ILE for the Healthcare management certificate is designed to be completed during a student’s last semester in the program, and is focused on evidence-based management, requiring that students apply current research findings in the field of healthcare management to an applied healthcare delivery problem or question.
Certificate Director: Christopher Louis