Teaching Associate Professor Melissa Goldstein participated in the panel on “Predictive Analytics in Healthcare: How Will It Change Patient Care, Provider Payment, and Public Health?” as part of the GWSPH Business of Public Health Seminar Series on April 26. Goldstein discussed ethics and privacy issues in the increased use of predictive analytics in healthcare for patients, physicians, provider organizations, payers, and public health.
GW Health Workforce Institute Hosts ‘Health Workforce Needs in a Time of Transformation’ Conference
The GW Health Workforce Institute (GWHWI) hosted a conference titled, “Health Workforce Needs in a Time of Transformation,” on May 3, 2017. The invitation-only conference brought together close to 50 policymakers and researchers interested in workforce changes.
HPM Students Win Prize in Cleveland Clinic Case Competition
Three students in the MHA program of the Milken Institute School of Public Health’s Department of Health Policy and Management won 3rd place in the Fourth Annual Cleveland Clinic MBA/MHA Case Competition. The GW team, consisted of first-year students Colin McMillan and Lexi Martins, and second-year student Khang Vuong.
HPM Lecture: Health Sector Leadership Competencies for an Unknowable Future
Leonard Friedman, Professor of Health Policy and Management and MHA Programs Director, spoke at a HPM event, "Health Sector Leadership Competencies for an Unknowable Future." Preparation of health sector leaders is based on satisfying a set of competencies based on environmental assumptions of how the world works today. Given the pace with which internal and external healthcare environments are changing, are the competencies that are appropriate today the ones that make the most sense for a world that is yet unknown?
GW Health Workforce Institute Unveils Report on the U.S. Health Workforce
The GW Health Workforce Institute has unveiled a report that synthesizes new findings on the U.S. health workforce from six research centers and a technical center, all funded by the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA). Since 2013, these Health Workforce Research Centers have collectively conducted nearly 70 studies that shed light on how health workforce needs are changing in response to the rapidly changing U.S. health landscape.