Master of Science in Health Delivery Science
The Cedars-Sinai Master's Degree in Health Delivery Science (MHDS) is an accredited program designed to train tomorrow's healthcare leaders; its unique curriculum prepares graduates for a successful career in emerging healthcare fields, including digital health science, mobile health, health technology assessment, big data analytics, performance improvement and health economics.
The 20-month program revolves around four academic cores and a capstone project. Read about the unique attributes of the MHDS program and view a curriculum map.
The Master's in Health Delivery Science is the first program to combine aligned biomedical sciences into a single, applied degree that focuses on best practices in value-based healthcare delivery and embeds students directly within a major hospital system. Students are not housed in an affiliated school or program, but rather are integrated directly within the front lines of healthcare delivery while working hand in glove with diverse professionals managing decisions in a top-tier healthcare system.
Director, Health Services Research in Academic Affairs and Clinical Transformation
While many in the Health Delivery Science master class are already accomplished professionals, every student adds to a portfolio of research by making a practical and valuable contribution towards transforming healthcare.