From influencing access to care to determining how a health care system is structured, policy and leadership play a strong role in public health. Learn from faculty who are reshaping and improving the rapidly changing health care environment and obtain a degree that will allow you to be a leader in the field.
Our degrees offer a variety of options, from full-time programs to flexible executive programs for working professionals. If you’re interested in health care policy, research, administration, or finance; if you’re a working professional or fresh out of college; if you live in the United States or around the world, HPM has a degree, program, or certificate to fit your needs.
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The Division’s Mission:
Improving the public’s health by stimulating, coordinating, and conducting high-quality research and teaching programs that are focused on improving the organization, financing, and delivery of health care services — including preventive, remedial, and maintenance care.
The Division’s Vision:
Advancing health and health care for all through evidence and education.
The Division’s Values:
Impact, Excellence, Equity, Integrity, and Collaboration
Division of Health Policy & Management
D305 Mayo Building, MMC 729
420 Delaware St. SE
Minneapolis, MN 55455