Center for Population Health Innovation
Through the Center for Population Health Innovation, the College of Population Health offers diverse opportunities for professionals to enhance and update their awareness of the issues and challenges inherent in today's evolving health care environment.
Jefferson College of Population Health Forums are monthly programs designed to impart advanced information on population health, public health, quality and safety and chronic disease management.
A 40-hour, continuing education credit (CME, CNE) program that provides an overview of basic concepts in population health. The five-day series is designed for health system leaders and key administrators seeking a comprehensive introduction to the subject.
The Quality and Safety Leadership Series is a live series of educational programs that can be customized to meet the unique needs of healthcare professionals.
The Grandon Society is the College of Population Health’s membership organization for leaders throughout the healthcare sector.
The mission of the CPE program is to provide high-quality evidence-based educational activities that engage learners in issues related to the evolving changes in therapy and the provision of health care.
Population health is essential to transforming from an illness-centered healthcare system to one focused on protecting and improving health. We created this prize to help promote promising new ideas in the field that will help to improve health outcomes, and thus proliferate best practices more rapidly.
We have two sessions coming up, a special colloquium in December and then our annual event in March.