Thank you for your interest in the Masters Program in Health Care Leadership at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai.
As a trusted provider in health care since 1852, Mount Sinai is excited to offer this unique degree program to those who share our passion for leading positive change and innovation in the health care industry. The Icahn School of Medicine has built its reputation as one of the nation’s leading medical schools because of our commitment to a progressive curriculum and collaborative opportunities for advanced learning. We are committed to further developing the human talent and capacity necessary to lead health care organizations and to improve health care for all.
In light of this legacy of excellence and innovation, we have constructed a rigorous and cutting-edge learning experience delivered through an e-learning management system. 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.
We have assembled world-class faculty, many already recognized leaders, to deliver a curriculum that is focused exclusively on health care delivery. You will develop a keen understanding of health care reform and advanced competencies necessary for effective change of organizational delivery systems. Moreover, 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.
In sum, 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.
Alan J. Moskowitz, MD, FACP
Faculty Director, MS in Health Care Delivery Leadership Program
Professor and Vice Chair, Dept. of Population Health Science and Policy
Brian J. Nickerson, PhD, JD
Administrative Director, MS in Health Care Delivery Leadership Program
Senior Faculty, Dept. of Population Health Science and Policy
Senior Associate Dean, Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences