Health Services Policy and Management
Health services policy and management is an interdisciplinary field concerned with the promotion of personal and public health through planning, organizing, directing, controlling, coordinating, and evaluating health services.
Career opportunities exist in hospitals and clinics, state and federal health care agencies, professional organizations, consulting firms, insurance companies, health departments, and hospital and medical associations.
Jobs in the field include management consultant, CEO, CFO, professional relations associate, quality assurance manager, and health industry analyst.
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Brandon L. Jones, our 2006 alumnus of the Master of Health Administration program is the 2014 recipient of the Gerry Sue Arnold Alumni Award for his outstanding contributions to the field of public health. Brandon has dedicated his career to improving care and access for the uninsured and underserved populations. Brandon started his career with a one-year management fellowship at the Boston University Medical Center. After that he worked in federally qualified health centers, in South Carolina, upstate New York, and Pennsylvania. Currently he is the Chief Operations Officer at the Susquehanna Community Health & Dental Center, Inc, in Williamsport, PA.