Our second cohort is in full swing with their first set of courses. They come from varied backgrounds to learn how they can make an impact in the ever evolving world of health policy and law. You’ll see general demographics, positions they currently hold, capstone ideas and professional aspirations. Scroll on!

students with a medical background
29
students with a
medical background


students with a law background
4
students with a
legal background


students with an academic background
4
students with an
academia or technology background

students with a Bachelor’s degree
29
students with a Bachelor’s degree


students with a Master’s degree
4
students with a Master’s degree


students with a Doctorate degree
4
students with a Doctorate degree

female students
24
female students


male students
13
male students

Who They Are

Regulatory affairs and
clinical research professionals
Public health researchers and
consultants
Nurses
Dentists
Dietitians and nutrition
policy advocates
Political scientists
Patient care coordinators and
advocates
Healthcare equity
analysts
Biotech company
consultants
Health information management and
privacy officers
Paralegals
Healthcare coordinators
Practicing attorneys

What They Want to Study

Patient advocacy throughout
a drug’s lifecycle
Improvement of
pediatric visits
Prescription drug costs
Alternative drug use for
different populations
Viability of clinics and
community centers
Female reproductive rights
Service coordination and
electronic data-sharing
Medicare expansion
21st Century
Cures Act
Access to care for
military veterans
Relationship of health
to homelessness
Value-based models
Co-pay programs
Alternate dispute
resolution options
Connected health

Life After HPL

Public health administrators
Practicing physicians
Social justice and advocates
Medical administrators
Policy analyzers
Project coordinators
Health informatics officers
Social workers
Educators
In-house counsel
 
Leaders / Innovators / Educators

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