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Health Policy and Management

Careers

MHA program graduates find exciting and rewarding positions in a variety of agencies and settings.

Sample positions held by alumni:

  • Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, hospital within Hopkins Medicine (class of 1990)
  • Chief Information Officer, community health plan in CA (class of 1993)
  • CEO, HCA hospitals in VA (class of 1995)
  • Vice President Corporate Pharmacy, health system in NC (class of 2000)
  • Managing Director, The Advisory Board Company (class of 2001)
  • Senior Manager, Deloitte (class of 2002)
  • CEO, a regional care provider in TX (class of 2002)
  • Director of Operations Analysis and Planning, hospital within Hopkins (class of 2003)
  • Executive Director of Cancer Services, health system within Eastern PA (class of 2004)
  • Vice President of Population Health and Clinical Integration, a UMMS hospital (class of 2004)
  • Divisional Administrator, Digestive and Liver Diseases, academic medical center in NYC (class of 2005)
  • Associate Director, Ambulatory Services within health system in NC (class of 2007)
  • Vice President, Kaufman Hall (class of 2008)
  • Vice President, Remedy Partners (class of 2008)
  • Manager, Huron Consulting (class of 2009)
  • COO, CHS hospital in AZ (class of 2010)
  • COO, Greater Baltimore Health Alliance, GBMC (class of 2010)
  • Senior Administrative Director of Cardiovascular Services, major health system in NY (class of 2011)
  • Strategic Planning Manager, children's hospital in TX (class of 2012)
  • Senior Consultant – Performance Excellence, Stanford Health Care (class of 2012)
  • Senior Manager, Business Development, Emory Healthcare (class of 2013)
  • Emergency Medicine Administrator, MedStar Health (class of 2013)
  • Pediatric Emergency Operations Manager, Johns Hopkins Hospital, (class of 2014)
  • Program Consultant, PCMH, CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield, (class of 2014)
  • Consultant, Deloitte, (class of 2015)
  • Assistant Administrative Director, Comprehensive Transplant Center, Johns Hopkins Hospital, (class of 2015)