Mission: Our mission is to provide graduate health administration education, in the context of a School of Medicine, augmented by a health informatics perspective that is designed to prepare capable leaders to meet the administrative needs of diverse health care organizations.
Vision: To be a leader in creating the future of early and mid-career leaders in health care administration for a challenging and changing healthcare arena. Our graduates will transform individual and population health.
Guiding Principles and Values
Value - Create value through knowledge about health organizational processes using evidence-based decision making to achieve the highest level of population-based health. Achieve broad cultural competence in order to work effectively in collaborative and diverse work and community environments.
Knowledge - Develop learning partnerships among the faculty, students, staff, and health professionals for creating, disseminating, and applying knowledge to achieve high levels of performance of health care organizations.
Leadership - Foster a learning environment in which faculty, staff, and students envision the future and develop strategies for change.
Technology - Use advanced information technology to improve organizational performance and individual and population health outcomes.
Quality - Create an environment for excellence in quality and for quality improvement in all educational, research, and health services delivery processes.