What is Population Health?
What is population health and how, exactly, is it connected to health reform? What does it mean to be "practicing" population-based healthcare – and how do we measure our success?
Never has the need for new leaders to address these questions been more urgent.
To prepare the next generation of health professionals to meet these challenges, the Jefferson School of Population Health (JSPH) offers exemplary graduate academic programming – designed by experts within Jefferson and the broader healthcare community.
The interdisciplinary curriculum design of JSPH allows students with diverse experience and backgrounds – be it clinical, managerial or administrative – to take classes together, whether in person or online, to help them better prepare for and understand areas of health policy, public health and healthcare quality and safety.
Our aim is to provide an educational experience of the highest quality – exciting and relevant courses guided by leaders in the field, capped by an opportunity to apply your new insights and capabilities in a dynamic health setting.
Master of Science in Applied Health Economics and Outcomes Research (MS-AHEOR)
Master of Science in Health Policy (MS-HP)
Master of Science in Healthcare Quality and Safety (MS-HQS)
Master of Science in Healthcare Quality and Safety Management (MS-HQSM)
Graduate Certificate in Applied Health Economics and Outcomes Research
Graduate Certificate in Health Policy
Graduate Certificate in Healthcare Quality and Safety
Graduate Certificate in Population Health
Graduate Certificate in Public Health