Population Health Management

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Tackle lifestyle and environment threats to public health by designing and implementing evidence-based population health interventions

What is this track?

Meet the case of Emily

Emily, a 45-year-old woman, resides in a low-income urban community, She is struggling with high rates of chronic diseases such as diabetes, hypertension, and obesity. Despite numerous efforts to improve community health, Emily finds herself caught in a cycle of poor health outcomes and unhealthy decision making due to limited access to healthcare services and resources.

With her diabetes poorly managed, Emily faces the risk of severe complications, including kidney failure and heart disease.

Traditional healthcare models have failed to adequately address the complex social and environmental factors contributing to Emily’s health challenges.

As a population health manager, you have the opportunity to intervene and improve Emily’s health. By implementing innovative population health strategies, tailored to her community’s needs, you help both Emily and her community.

Do you wonder if:

  • The existing healthcare system effectively addresses the root causes of Emily’s health challenges?
  • Emily’s situation reflects broader disparities in healthcare access and outcomes?
  • Innovative population health interventions could break the cycle of poor health in Emily’s community?
  • Economic and social factors impact the effectiveness of healthcare interventions in underserved communities?
  • How does climate change impact Emily’s health and wellbeing?

 

CAN YOU HELP?

Are you passionate about addressing health disparities and creating sustainable solutions for communities and individuals? Do you want to make a meaningful impact by designing and implementing evidence-based population health interventions? If so, this track is for you!

claudia zoller

claudia zoller

MCI | The Entrepreneurial School

If you have any questions regarding this track, don’t hesitate to reach out to me.

innsbruck@eu-hem.eu

BRAM WOUTERSE

BRAM WOUTERSE

Erasmus University Rotterdam

If you have any questions regarding this track, don’t hesitate to reach out to me.

rotterdam@eu-hem.eu

“I feel this track really gives me the tools to make an impact in the international field of healthcare. And yes, I really enjoyed studying in these awesome cities!”

Track Benefits

The population health management track provides you with a solid background in decision-making, innovation management and governance. You will be able to contribute to the main challenges in population health by designing and implementing evidence-based population health interventions.

Our track opens doors to a range of career opportunities in both the public and private sector. Graduates of this track are now employed at intergovernmental organizations, national and local governments, health insurers and health foundations, and academic research positions.

 

SEMESTER 1 — UNIVERSITY OF BOLOGNA
  • Fundamentals in Health Economics and Management (I.C.)
  • Our Right to Health: Needs, Resources and Society
  • Fundamentals of Quantitative Methods in Health and Healthcare (I.C.) or Quantative Methods in Health and Healthcare (I.C.)
  • Health Systems or International Law and Health
SEMESTER 2 — MCI | THE ENTREPRENEURIAL SCHOOL
  • Ethical Decision Making
  • Environmental & Health Economics
  • Analysis & Epidemiology
  • Digitalization in Social & Health Management
  • Health Promotion & Integrated Care or Global Health & Social Policies
  • Determinants of Health or Intercultural & Transcultural Communication
SEMESTER 3 — ERASMUS UNIVERSITY ROTTERDAM
  • Comparative Health Policy
  • Health Technology Assessment
  • Public Health Economics
  • Design Thinking for Data Driven Prevention (Intro)
  • Design Thinking for Data Driven Prevention (Case)
  • Economics and Financing of Health Care Systems or Patient Centered Care Delivery or Advanced Research Methods
SEMESTER 4 — ONE OF THE UNIVERSITIES IN THE TRACK
  • Thesis

Enjoy the best of Innsbruck and Rotterdam

This track is a partnership between the MCI – The Entrepreneurial School in Innsbruck (2nd semester) and the Erasmus University Rotterdam (3rd semester). They excel in the fields of health economics, healthcare management and health policy. You will enjoy the combination of the beautiful mountains and exciting student life in Innsbruck with the multicultural and vibrant city of Rotterdam.

Follow this track in: Innsbruck & Rotterdam

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