Blog: Celebrating Rising Rankings

Both the Milken Institute School of Public Health and our department’s Master of Health Administration program are now ranked #12 in the country.

Blog: Welcome to GW Health Policy & Management Matters!

We are delighted that you have found your way onto the new GW Health Policy & Management Matters (GWHPMMatters.com) website! Our site is a source for insights and commentary about policy changes that impact public health as well as analysis and blogs on health administration and management.

Applicants Flock to New Health Policy PhD Program

The program is the first focused solely on health policy at the only school of public health in Washington, DC.

Blog: Listen to A Sherpa’s Guide to Innovation Podcast and Inspire Your Inner Innovator

Suggestions of podcasts that health administrators can listen to for ways to learn about innovation, brace for disruption—and much more.

Table Details Data Hurdles to Implementing Remotely Monitored Devices in Cancer Treatment

Woman with cancer with provider in hospital

Remotely monitored “wearable” devices are helping to pave the way for evidence-based therapy and to facilitate personalized healthcare through predictive health analytics and medicine. The technologies are already having a significant impact, but they have the potential to be game-changers for cancer. However, a number of data-related hurdles need to be overcome in order to facilitate widespread adoption of remotely monitored clinical devices in cancer treatment.