Advice from Alumni
We asked new alums to provide perspective on adding graduate school to already full lives. Dr. Kim Mauer and Mr. Adam Byrd shared their mindsets, tactics, and lessons learned. They covered organizing their weeks to approaching assignments to connecting with others. Read more.
Dedicated to Improving Access to Healthcare
Having experienced many models of healthcare delivery systems, MBA graduate Omar Al Rais finds both hope and room for improvement in the U.S. system. His personal story shaped his career. Read more.
With graduation approaching, MBA students Dr. Nandita Gupta and Dr. Jamie Cheshier started a non-traditional book club. They recognized that without doing something, they were about to lose the safe and confidential spaces created during their education. Read more.
Applied and Relevant
Adam Byrd, Biomedical Imaging Specialist, new Dad, and MS in Healthcare Administration student is making his coursework count. Read more.
The Path to Change
A question that kept David Zonies, MD, MPH, MBA ’20, up at night was how to improve critical care services across the newly formed OHSU Health. He decided to propose a Capstone project to explore this further. Read more.
Making a Difference
Debbie Garcia, Cert ’18, can recall when, being with her peers in class, she realized that she could make a difference in the medical industry. Read more.
Helping Leaders Take Their Teams to the Next Level
Alison Noice, an experienced mental health clinician, wasn’t looking to make a career change when she entered the Graduate Certificate. Read more.
From Learner to Professor: Dr. Richardson Crafts Her Career
Since graduating from The Healthcare MBA in 2019, Dr. Judy Richardson has been on the move. When Judy entered the program, she was already the medical director for Columbia Crest Family Medicine in The Dalles, OR, where she championed person-centered care and advocated for healthcare in rural communities. Read more.