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The Center for Healthcare Management brings together academic researchers, students, seasoned executives, practitioners and other health experts, as well as inter-disciplinary academic healthcare management resources to advance healthcare management.
To unite, inspire, and enrich interdisciplinary leadership that progresses healthcare management.
The center is committed to accomplish its mission and vision by:
The center is home to the Paul Torrens Health Forum at UCLA, an established monthly gathering where practitioners and academics discuss timely public health issues affecting the industry.
By actively involving healthcare organizations as collaborative partners with academic faculty, the center generates practical, relevant knowledge via evidence-based management scholarship that allows companies to act in a landscape fraught with uncertainty and change.
This UCLA collaboration between research and practice is also a rich source of inspiration for curriculum content for its executive, traditional, and customized degree and non-degree programs. At the individual course level, the healthcare management cases developed by the center's partners provide rich materials for classroom discussion.