The Cedars-Sinai Master's Degree in Health Delivery Science program has applicants from a variety of ethnic backgrounds and we encourage diversity among students who apply. Our current ethnicity statistics for all applicants are shown below:
American healthcare is undergoing a striking transformation. Driven by changes in value-based healthcare financing, burgeoning information technologies and advancements in data analytics, healthcare delivery is rapidly evolving in ways that require multidisciplinary expertise.
Because 18% of the United States gross domestic product is dedicated to healthcare, it is vital for healthcare systems to become expert in cost-effective care delivery; there is a science to maximizing the value of healthcare.
The 20-month-long Master's Degree in Health Delivery Science (MHDS) curriculum prepares graduates for a successful career in emerging healthcare fields, including study in:
- Digital health science
- Mobile health
- Health technology assessment
- Big-data analytics
- Performance improvement
- Health economics
Where MHDS Graduates Work
MHDS graduates are eligible for a wide variety of employment opportunities and are primed to assume leadership, administrative or operational roles earlier than otherwise possible. Graduates may develop careers in digital health science, healthcare administration, program evaluation, health information technology and applied health economics, among other areas.