The Health Policy and Management (HPM) program prepares public health professionals to work in health care organizations and federal, state, and local public health agencies. The HPM program uses an interdisciplinary approach, incorporating social, behavioral, economic, and political science approaches to increase our understanding of health services and policy to improve the health of populations. Graduates of the program are equipped with the conceptual models, analytical foundations, and practical skills necessary to solve complex health-related problems.
Health Policy and Management
in the spotlight
A study led by Assistant Professor Ning Zhang found that obese nursing home residents are more likely to be admitted to poor quality facilities. The study was published in an article in the May 2016 issue of the Journal of the American Geriatrics Society.
Associate Professor Rosa Rodriguez-Monguio and colleagues are raising safety concerns regarding the interchangeability, effectiveness, and safety of modified release opioid prescription drugs in a new article appearing in the journal Clinical Drug Investigation.