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.

Five Traits Can Help Healthcare Leaders Prepare for an Uncertain Future

Medical and administrative personnel

In an article published in the American College of Healthcare Executives’ (ACHE’s) Chief Executive Officer, two health management experts from the George Washington University Milken Institute School of Public Health shared their advice on how healthcare leaders can develop competencies for an uncertain future.

The article expands upon a well-received talk that Leonard Friedman, PhD, FACHE and Wayne Psek, MD, PhD gave at the ACHE’s annual meeting in 2018.

Graduates of For-Profit Nursing Schools Do Not Perform as Well on Nurse Licensure Test, Study Shows

Medical team including nurses Study raises questions about the for-profit nursing programs that have proliferated over the past decade.

Encouraging Signs about Small Employer and Worker Insurance Rates Under the ACA

Workers in jobs with historically low insurance rates have experienced an increase in insurance coverage under the Affordable Care Act (ACA), according to a study recently published by the Urban Institute based on funding from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF). A second study by the Commonwealth Fund shows that the small group health insurance market has remained stable under the ACA.

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.