The Cedars-Sinai Master's Degree in Health Delivery Science (MHDS) is an accredited program designed to train tomorrow’s healthcare leaders; its unique curriculum prepares graduates for a successful career in emerging healthcare fields, including digital health science, mobile health, health technology assessment, big data analytics, performance improvement and health economics.
About the Master's Degree in Health Delivery Science
Students are embedded within teams operating in Cedars-Sinai—the largest hospital in the Western United States and a member of the 2017-18 U.S. News & World Report Best Hospitals Honor Role. A structured capstone project affords unparalleled opportunities to gain applied skills that reinforce classroom didactics. Deep exposure to digital health science provides students with the first-hand experience and know-how for applying biomedical innovations in healthcare.
In contrast to a typical university-based curriculum, students in the Master's Degree in Health Delivery Science program are assigned project mentorship teams from the start, work closely with practitioners in the forefront of health delivery science, are embedded directly within a major healthcare system, and culminate their work with an applied capstone project that they present to hospital leadership.
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Master's Degree in Health Delivery Science
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