Emily is the community relations manager for the online MHA program (MHA@GW) and the online master of public health (MPH@GW) offered through the Milken Institute School of Public Health at The George Washington University. She is passionate about all things health, from administrative and clinical topics to fitness and nutrition. In her free time, she enjoys powerlifting, cooking and exploring D.C. Follow her on Google+.


Student Spotlight: Dr. Wilbur Boothby

MHA@GW students come from a variety of professional backgrounds. One characteristic they share is a desire to advance their careers in health care leadership. Today, we’re excited to introduce you …

The Future of U.S. Health Care Spending: What Is Possible While Improving Health?

As the U.S. economy continues to recover from the recession, health care spending growth remains at a historically low rate. Recently, the Brookings Institution brought together economic and health …

The Future of U.S. Health Care Spending: Budgets and the Private Sector

The current decline in health care spending growth has led many analysts to wonder whether it is a trend that will persist or a temporary shift related to the recession. …

 
 
 

TEDMED #GreatChallenges: Examining the Case for Patient Activation Measures

As the health care system continues to shift focus from an acute care system to a chronic care system, understanding patient engagement is increasingly important to health care providers. In …

Q&A with Dwayne Spradlin, the CEO of Health Data Consortium

As part of our pre-event coverage for Health Datapalooza, we interviewed Dwayne Spradlin, the CEO of Health Data Consortium. Here, Spradlin discusses the rapidly changing health care landscape, new advances …

What to Expect at Health Datapalooza 2014

Health Datapalooza is just around the corner — June 1–3, 2014, at the Marriott Wardman Park in Washington, D.C. — and we couldn’t be more excited! Imagine thousands of companies, …