Master of Science in Healthcare Management or Health Informatics
Health Care Management Program
As the health industry rapidly evolves and the demands shift daily, health industry leaders must be more strategic and visionary than ever before. With the University of Denver’s Graduate programs in Healthcare Management you will gain skills that help you transform the industry and better understand the patient, provider, payer, and population perspectives. . Learn to compete in a value-driven system by leveraging collaborative and integrative techniques that drive high-quality, cost-effective healthcare.
- Global Health Program Management
- Healthcare Policy and Regulatory Leadership
- Advancing Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in Organizations
- Strategic Leadership in Healthcare Organizations
- Supply Chain Management
For more information on the University of Denver’s Healthcare Management Program, visit their website here.
Healthcare Informatics Program
Be at the forefront of the health industry, equipped with the technical, communication, and leadership skills needed to thrive in the fastest growing field: informatics. In this master’s degree program, you will learn to leverage health data tools and applications to achieve business and research outcomes within the health sector. You will work on hands-on informatics projects using real-world data from a curated health data repository built with industry partners. Learn to optimize data to support evidence—and value-based results and enhance your knowledge in digital health, informatics, analytics data science, and artificial intelligence to solve the health challenges of our time.
- Digital Health
- Health Data Informatics and Analytics
- Health Data Science
For more information on the University of Denver’s Healthcare Informatics Program, visit their website here.
Rachel Rogers, MS, BSN-RN
Academic Director/Assistant Teaching Professor
Healthcare Management Program
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