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
Professor emeritus Paula Stamps has published a new textbook titled Analyzing Form, Function and Financing of the U.S. Health Care System. Students in Stamps' gen ed class "Health Care for All: Myths and Realities" collaborated on the text.
Assistant Professor of Health Policy and Management Kimberly Geissler and colleagues find that patients enrolled in high-deductible insurance plans use fewer imaging tests than patients without such plans.