The University of Tulsa’s Institute for Health Care Delivery Sciences has a singular mission: to develop and re-engineer health care so that it addresses the evolving needs of complex and diverse populations. We aspire to promote accessible, affordable, safe, efficient, high-quality, ethical and more satisfying care for everyone.
We combine academic rigor with the rich experience of our many community partners. Our work is focused on:
Approaching health care transformation through the lens of scientific analysis and discovery
Contextualizing all health care challenges within the broader social determinants of health
Critically appraising the current state of health care, while “thinking differently” to design the delivery system of the future
Bringing together disparate stakeholders, including providers, managers, payers, consumers and purchasers of health care services, in order to help them build a common language, framework and understanding around complex delivery issues
Collaborating with non-traditional academic disciplines when solving health care problems, including engineering, law, business, computer science, informatics, sociology, humanities and history
Conducting much of our work beyond the university’s borders, addressing the needs of diverse patients, populations and communities
Shaping the next generation of leaders charged with managing health care transformation across the entire economy
If you are a mid-career professional who wants to become a leader in your organization and the health care sector, consider our Certificate in Health Care Delivery Sciences. Through this online program you will expand your knowledge of the science of health care delivery, quality improvement, population health, strategic planning and health care policy.
Graduate-level training is also available through our unique MBA in Health Care Delivery Sciences. Through this program you will gain the knowledge and skills necessary to successfully lead and manage a health care organization in a changing and competitive environment.
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