Our two-year Masters program trains outstanding investigators in health services and policy research and prepares students for successful careers in academics, government, non-profit, and industry. See where some of our alumni are now.
We are based out of the University of Pennsylvania, Perelman School of Medicine in close collaboration with the Leonard Davis Institute (LDI) and the Department of Health Care Systems at the Wharton School. Our program focuses on four major domains: health economics, health policy, qualitative and quantitative measurement, and statistics. Click here to find out more about our curriculum.
We train outstanding investigators in health services and policy research.
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