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Students in the Master of Healthcare Innovation program learn how to create and sustain cultures of innovation in health care from multiple perspectives: personal competence for innovation, use of evidence in decision-making, remodeling system infrastructures, financing, communication, entrepreneurship, technology and policy-making. Students develop competence in the design, application and testing of innovative processes and products. A primary focus is on preparing students to lead processes of innovation and transformation. Innovative thinking, planning, implementing and evaluation are emphasized throughout the program. The curriculum incorporates the latest trends in health care and is built upon collaboration with other professionals and faculty across diverse disciplines.
Graduates of the program possess the leadership skills and behaviors to influence the future of health care and transform and improve health care outcomes for individuals and communities.
Healthcare Innovation, MHI
College of Nursing and Health Innovation
The Plan of Study is the required curriculum to complete the program.
The following dates are for the 2018-2019 academic year.
Applications are prioritized by student qualifications and date of application with early applications receiving higher priority. Admission for each semester will be limited to 30 students.
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Required Core (26 credit hours)
HCI 538 Innovation and the Individual (3)
HCI 540 Understanding and Applying Principles of Evidence-Based Practice (3)
HCI 542 Systems Thinking in a Complex Environment (3)
HCI 544 IT for Health Care Innovation (3)
HCI 548 Advanced Principles and Concepts of Innovation (3)
HCI 550 Health Care Policy and Innovation (3)
HCI 552 Financing for Innovation (3)
HCI 554 Outcomes Evaluation (3)
HCI 561 Innovation Methods (2)
Electives (3 credit hours)
Culminating Experience (5 credit hours)
HCI 563 Capstone: Final Innovation Project (5)
The Seven Pillars of Innovation were developed by the founders of the Master of Healthcare Innovation degree program, and they serve as the foundation for the program’s curriculum. The Seven Pillars are identified as the key components of innovation and they are incorporated throughout the MHI coursework. MHI students complete a final capstone at the end of their degree, and the Seven Pillars must be integrated into the culminating innovation project.
Students will approach the study of innovation for the healthcare marketplace with a focus on advancing the system from multiple perspectives—personal competence for innovation, use of evidence in decision making, remodeling system infrastructures, financing, communication, entrepreneurship, technology, and policy making. Students will develop competence in the design, application, and testing of innovative processes and products, however, the primary focus is on preparing students to lead the process of innovation and transformation. Innovative thinking, planning, implementing, and evaluation are emphasized throughout the program. The curriculum incorporates the latest trends in health care and the opportunity to network with other professionals and faculty across diverse disciplines.