Why Healthcare Quality and Safety?

With increased emphasis in health care on value-based care, there is a growing need for healthcare organizations to improve their quality and safety outcomes. Building a successful business in today’s world of value-based care requires greater capacity in process improvement. UAB can help prepare you to face these complex challenges. UAB is one of only a handful universities in the nation that offer graduate education in this innovative field. Our premier education is tailored to you and your busy life at an affordable rate. We offer excellent preparation for the quality-driven, efficiency-minded, high-reliability environment ahead. Successful graduates of the program include administrators, physicians, nurses, patient safety officers, and quality managers. We have the most cost effective graduate education in this field in the nation allowing for you to maximize your continued educational pursuit without the burden of high tuition rates.

 

Allyson Hall 02Allyson Hall named program director for graduate programs in Healthcare Quality & Safety

Allyson Hall, Ph.D., health policy professor in the Department of Health Services Administration has been named program director of the UAB Graduate Programs in Healthcare Quality and Safety.

Hall has studied access and systems to care for vulnerable populations for over three decades. She will lead UAB’s Master of Science in Healthcare Quality and Safety, as well as a Graduate Certificate that is the most popular graduate-level certificate program at UAB.

“Allyson’s research on care transitions, patient experiences and health outcomes gives her a unique and important perspective on healthcare quality and safety issues,” said Christy Harris Lemak, Ph.D., chair, Department of Health Services Administration (HSA). “She is also an experienced program director who brings that leadership to this role.”

Read Full Story Here