Public & Population Health Informatics (PHI) Fellowships
Would you like to:
- improve the health and wellness of hundreds, thousands and, potentially, millions of patients using advanced analytics?
- combat significant public health problems, such as the opioid, obesity or diabetes epidemics, using information technologies?
- support the implementation of accountable care approaches that help coordinate healthcare delivery for large patient populations?
Why you should be in this program:
Public & Population Health Informatics…
- applies the science of informatics to the growing needs of health systems and public health agencies to rapidly detect and study emergent phenomena;
- identifies potential interventions to address health system challenges;
- measures effectiveness of interventions designed to address those challenges; and
- translates proven interventions into practice across health systems.
What you will learn:
Building on your existing skills and knowledge, you will learn things like:
- managing and analyzing large datasets in healthcare or public health organizations;
- developing and using analytical methods to address population health challenges;
- translating basic and clinical research findings into operational population-based settings;
- designing, developing and evaluating health IT programs and tools in PHI; and
- using social and/or behavioral science disciplines (e.g., economics, sociology, psychology and applying concepts and methods from these disciplines and their applied counterparts (e.g., organizational behavior, human-computer interaction) to solve PHI problems.