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What can you do with an MHA? 

A Master of Health Administration (MHA) can prepare you with advanced skills to lead in health-focused business environments. Learn about the unique skills and job opportunities you may qualify for after you earn an MHA.

Understanding Medicare for All

Since Senator Bernie Sanders proposed his plan for Medicare for All in mid-September, more than 16 Democrat senators have voiced their support for a single-payer system. Professor Sara Rosenbaum discusses what “single-payer” actually means, and the questions we should be asking about it.

Guide to Careers in Health Care Consulting

During the past five years, the demand for health care consultants has increased because of the growing complexities in health care and the need for specialty services to address them. To help you determine whether this path is right for you, MHA@GW has created the Guide to Careers in Health Care Consulting.

Married Couple Pursuing Their Potential Together Through MHA@GW

For many MHA@GW students, a key advantage of the program is the opportunity to attend class from anywhere in the world and connect with other like-minded professionals. For students Jarrett and Keyla Cooper, this is doubly true. As a married couple, they are able to simultaneously attain their educational goals while continuing to work and raise their two children — and the MHA@GW makes it all possible.

How Antibiotic Resistance Became an Urgent Threat

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), at least 2 million people in the United States become infected with antibiotic-resistant bacteria each year, and some 23,000 people die annually from these infections.