1. Master of Science in Healthcare Delivery Leadership
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Message From the Director

As one of a small group of educational institutions within a health system, the Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai has the benefit of responding to the complexities of health care and building curriculum around the needs of today and beyond. The Master of Science in Health Care Delivery Leadership is a unique, rigorous program for existing health care professionals to advance their skills and prepare for leadership roles within their fields.

The program is designed with flexibility in mind to educate and challenge current and coming generations of health care leaders, while appreciating the multiple pressures and demands of busy professionals. As a result, the courses are delivered through an e-learning management system, while providing ample opportunities for in-person collaboration and mentorship. 

You will work alongside acclaimed faculty as you focus exclusively on topics related to effective health care delivery, such as health care reform, organizational delivery systems, strategic planning and communications, and more. You will have frequent and multiple opportunities for interaction with these faculty, your program colleagues, and other thought and action leaders who will be a part of the residency sessions.

Our goal is to provide you with the best possible formative education experience. Come join us, and let’s help lead the transformation of health care delivery.

Brian J. Nickerson, PhD, JD, FACHE
Senior Associate Dean for Master’s Programs, Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences; Director, MS in Health Care Delivery Leadership and Master of Health Administration Programs;
Senior Faculty and Professor, Department of Population Health Science and Policy

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