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Health Policy and Administration (HPA)
The mission of the Health Policy and Administration (HPA) Division is to prepare students to comprehensively address population health needs in a wide variety of career paths. Through comprehensive coursework and field experiences, HPA graduates are prepared to lead and manage public health services organizations, advocate and enact public health policy, conduct clinical research, manage population-based information systems, advance the elimination of health inequities, and positively impact population health. UIC offers practice-based, values-based education from experienced, professional faculty. More about our Division....
The Health Policy and Administration (HPA) division offers a wide range of professional and academic programs and degrees, including Master’s, Doctoral, and Certificate, each designed to provide our distinctive students with a comprehensive, multi-disciplinary foundation in the core public health areas and in public health policy. Read more about which program is right for you....
HPA MHA FACULTY TACKLES RACIAL GAP IN BREAST CANCER SURVIVAL
Instead of just crediting and debiting charity care, you need to be proactive,” says Edward M. Rafalski, PhD, MPH, FACHE, senior vice president, strategic planning and marketing, Methodist Le Bonheur Healthcare and HPA Adjunct Professor. “Charity care is not something that happens to you, it is something that you can actually intervene in and change.” Recent research indicates that Memphis has the largest racial disparity in breast cancer mortality of the largest U.S. cities.
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