The George Washington University Executive

The George Washington University
Commission On Accreditation of Healthcare Management Education

University Website:
https://publichealth.gwu.edu/programs/online-masters-health-administration-mha
Degree Offered Accreditation Information
Executive: MHA Program First Accreditation: 2017
Last Site Visit: Fall 2017
Next Site Review: 
Fall 2020
Program Information Contact Information
 

MHA@GW Program

Milken Institute School of Public Health at the George Washington University

Department of Health Policy and Management

 

Dr. Leonard Friedman, PhD MPH, FACHE
Program Director

The George Washington University

950 New Hampshire Ave, NW, Suite600

Washington, DC 20037

friedmal@gwu.edu

Phone: (202) 994-5561

Fax: (202)994-5577


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The George Washington University

The George Washington University
Commission On Accreditation of Healthcare Management Education

University Website:
http://publichealth.gwu.edu
Degree Offered   Accreditation Information

Residential: MHA

  First Accreditation: 1968
Last Site Visit:
Spring 2013
Next Site Review:
Spring 2020
Program Information   Contact Information

 

Milken Institute School of Public Health
Department of Health Policy and Management
Master of Health Administration Program

 

 

Dr. Leonard Friedman, PhD
Program Director

The George Washington University

2175 K St NW, Suite 320
Washington, DC 20037

friedmal@gwu.edu

Phone: (202)994-5561

Fax: (202)994-5577


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Georgetown University

Georgetown University
Commission On Accreditation of Healthcare Management Education

University Website:
http://www.georgetown.edu/
Degree Offered Accreditation Information
Residential:M.S. Health Systems Administration
Executive: EMSHA

 

First Accreditation: 2006
Last Site Visit:
Fall 2017
Next Site Review:
Fall 2023
Program Information Contact Information
 

School of Nursing and Health Studies
Department of Health Systems Administration
Executive Master of Science Program in Health Systems Administration
School of Nursing and Health Studies
Department of Health Systems Administration
Master of Science Program in Health Systems Administration

Robert W. Carr, MD, MPH, FACPM
Program Director (Executive)

Georgetown University
230 St Mary’s Hall
3700 Reservoir Road NW
Dept of Health Systems Administration
Washington DC, DC 20057

robert.carr@georgetown.edu
Phone: (202)687-8521

 

Dr. Christopher King, PhD, MHSc, FACHE
Program Director

Georgetown University
Box 571107 3700 Reservoir Road NW
St. Mary’s Hall
Washington, DC 20057

ck806@georgetown.edu
Phone: (202)687-7039
Fax: (202)687-4572

 


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Georgetown University Executive

Georgetown University
Commission On Accreditation of Healthcare Management Education

University Website:
http://www.georgetown.edu/
Degree Offered Accreditation Information
Executive: EMSHA

 

First Accreditation: 2006Last Site Visit: Fall 2017
Next Site Review: Fall 2023
Program Information Contact Information
 

School of Nursing and Health Studies
Department of Health Systems Administration
Executive Master of Science Program in Health Systems Administration

Robert W. Carr, MD, MPH, FACPM
Program Director (Executive)
Georgetown University
230 St Mary’s Hall
3700 Reservoir Road NW
Dept of Health Systems Administration
Washington DC, DC 20057

robert.carr@georgetown.edu

Phone: (202)687-8521

 


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Aramark Innovation Grant Winners

CAHME and Aramark are proud to announce the winners of the grants to CAHME-accredited programs also served by Aramark. CAHME and Aramark share a goal to drive innovation and excellence in healthcare management education. We are grateful for Aramark’s generous support which will fund a range of experiences for students in CAHME-accredited programs. Grants are awarded for initiatives that support participation of healthcare management students in research, seminars, case study competitions, and other related activities.

CAHME and Aramark are pleased to announce eight winners of the first CAHME/Aramark Innovation Grants. Because of the high volume and quality of applications, the number of winners was expanded from four to eight. Two grants have been awarded $5,000 each, while six will receive $3,660 each.

“When CAHME and Aramark announced the grant program earlier this year, we knew we wanted to recognize innovative ideas in improving graduate healthcare management education,” said Anthony Stanowski, DHA, FACHE, president and CEO of CAHME. “It was gratifying to have so many applications for support, and we are grateful for Aramark’s generosity in expanding the number of winners.”

A blue-ribbon panel of healthcare and Aramark executives reviewed the applications. Panelists included :

  1. Jack Lynch, President and Chief Executive Officer, Main Line Health System
  2. David McCombs, Vice President of ERP/Supply Chain Operations, Bon Secours Health System, Inc.
  3. Doug Silverstein, President, Evanston Hospital NorthShore University HealthSystem
  4. Madeline Bell, President and Chief Executive Officer, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia
  5. Victor Crawford, Chief Operating Officer, Healthcare, Facilities, and Higher Education, Aramark

This year, we are able to offer eight grants. The winners are:

Program Description Award
     
The George Washington University and
University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
Developing interview skills $5,000
University of Memphis Expand professional leadership training for students $5,000
St Louis University Expand case competition opportunities $3,660
University of Iowa Expand case competition opportunities $3,660
University of North Carolina,
Chapel Hill
Expand case competition opportunities and professional conferences for students $3,660
University of Scranton Expand case competition opportunities $3,660
Virginia Commonwealth
University
Support student attendance at ACHE $3,660
Widener University Expand case competition opportunities $3,660

In funding the grants, Mr. Crawford noted “Aramark is committed to supporting the development of future leaders in healthcare. Encouraging opportunities for healthcare management students to explore and apply innovative thinking will foster better healthcare experiences for the patients of tomorrow.”

CAHME, along with Aramark, congratulates the winning programs and believes the students benefiting from these grants will be better prepared to serve the healthcare industry and the community in the future.

Applications for the next round of grants will be available in the summer of 2018.

Case Competitions

Case competitions are ways for students to apply the skills learned in the classroom to analyze a business challenge and recommend a course of action. Case competition judges are frequently leaders in industry who serve to question and evaluate the teams like a board of directors. While not a typical part of a curriculum, case competitions provide students with the ability to network with other future professionals from leading schools, to meet high-profile executives, and to experience the pressures of the real world in a learning environment. Some case competitions also have significant prize awards for the top performing teams.

Below is a table of selected case competitions, and the CAHME programs that came in the top three spots. Certain competitions are open only to CAHME-accredited programs. Other competitions are open to other schools. CAHME-accredited programs typically excel because of the robust training and high curriculum standards.

CAHME Program Success in Case Competitions
Case Competition 2016 – 2017 2017 – 2018
Baylor University
Robbins Institute
1. Baylor University
2. University of Washington-Seattle
3. The Ohio State University
1. Army-Baylor
2. University of Pittsburgh
3. The Ohio State University
Cleveland Clinic 1. Rush University
2. Trinity University
3. The George Washington University
1. The Ohio State University
2. The Ohio State University (Team 2)
3. Michigan University
HIMSS
Student Case Competition

Inaugural Competition scheduled in 2018
1. Cornell University
2. University of Central Florida
3. University of Alabama at Birmingham
National Association of
Health Services Executives
(NAHSE)
1. University of Michigan
2. The George Washington University
3. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
1. University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
2. St. Louis University
3. The Ohio State University
Ohio State
University Healthcare
1. University of Alabama at Birmingham
2. Virginia Commonwealth University
3. Baylor University
1. University of Michigan
2. The Ohio State University
3. Rush University
South Florida Healthcare
Executive Forum (SFHEF)
1. Florida International University 1. Florida International University
University of Alabama
at Birmingham
1. Boston University
2. University of Washington
3. George Mason
1. University of Minnesota
2. Rush University
3. John Hopkins University
Yale Healthcare 1. Rutgers
( applying for CAHME accreditation )
2. Columbia
Spring 2018
University of Kansas
Health Policy & Management
University of Arkansas first-year team
University of Missouri second-year team
University of Kansas Medical Center first-year team
University of Kansas Medical Center second-year team
November 2, 2018
Emory International Global
Health Case Competition
1. University of Southern California
2. University of Toronto
3. University of Minnesota
2. University of Minnesota
(tie Participants’ Choice Award)
University of Florida (Honorable Mention)
University of Toronto (Video Competition Honorable Mention)

2017 Program Recipients

 

2017 CAHME Awards Program Recipients

 

CAHME/Ascension Award for Excellence in Healthcare Leadership Development

Rush University’s MS HSM Program
To read Rush’s Application

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Meet the Blue Ribbon Panel

 

CAHME/Baylor Scott & White Health Award for Excellence in Quality Improvement Education


The George Washington University’s MHA Program

To read The George Washington University’s Application


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Meet the Blue Ribbon Panel


 

CAHME /Canon Solutions America Award for Sustainability in Healthcare Management Education and Practice


Xavier University’s MHSA Program


To read Xavier’s Application

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Meet the Blue Ribbon Panel


 

CAHME /Cerner Award for Excellence in Healthcare Management Systems Education

Georgia State’s MBA/MHA Program
To read Georgia State’s Application


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Meet the Blue Ribbon Panel

Spring 2016 Actions

The CAHME Board of Directors took the actions below at its meeting on May 10, 2016:

The Criteria for CAHME accreditation can be accessed here.

Programs re-accredited:

The following programs have been re-accredited, but are required to submit a progress report in one year on criteria as noted.

Xavier University

Master’s Program in Health Services Administration
Reaccreditation: 7 years
Progress Report Due: February 1, 2017
Progress Report on criteria III.C.1.

University of Alabama at Birmingham

Master of Science in Health Administration
Reaccreditation: 7 years
Progress Report Due: February 1, 2017
Progress Report on criteria III.B.4, III.C.3.

University of Florida

Graduate Program in Health Administration
Reaccreditation: 7 years
Progress Report Due: February 1, 2017
Progress Report on criteria III.C.3.

University of North Florida

Master of Health Administration
Reaccreditation: 7 years
Progress Report Due: February 1, 2017
Progress Report on criteria II.A.2, III.C.3.

Weber State University

Masters in Healthcare Administration
Reaccreditation: 7 years
Progress Report Due: February 1, 2017
Progress Report on criteria II.A.3, II.A.5, III.A.1, III.C.3.

University of the Incarnate Word

Master of Health Administration
Reaccreditation: 3 years
Progress Report Due: February 1, 2017
Progress Report on criteria I.B.1, II.A.4, III.A.4, III.B.4, III.C.1, III.C.3, IV.A.1, IV.B.2.

University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences

Masters of Health Administration
Reaccreditation: 7 years
Progress Report Due: February 1, 2017
Progress Report on criteria II.A.2, II.A.5, III.A.1, III.C.3.

Armstrong State University (formerly Armstrong Atlantic State University)

Master of Health Services Administration
Reaccreditation: 3 years
Progress Report Due: February 1, 2017
Progress Report on criteria I.A.1, I.B.1, II.A.1, II.A.3, III.A.1, III.B.4, IV.A.1.

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Master’s Program in Healthcare Administration
Reaccreditation: 7 years
Progress Report Due: February 1, 2017
Progress Report on criteria III.A.1, III.C.3.

Portland State University

Master of Public Health: Health Management and Policy & Master of Public Administration: Health Administration
Reaccreditation: 7 years Progress Report Due: February 1, 2017Progress Report on criteria I.A.2, I.A.3, II.A.4, III.A.1, III.C.2.

Progress Reports

The CAHME Accreditation Council took the following actions on April 15-16, 2016:

Programs that have completed all requirements of accreditation. Programs at the following universities deemed to be in full compliance with all criteria. Progress reports accepted from:

  1. University of St. Thomas
  2. The George Washington University
  3. New York University
  4. University of Iowa
  5. Des Moines University
  6. Columbia University
  7. University of Toronto
  8. Temple University
  9. University of Minnesota
CAHME Accepted First Year Progress Report and Requested a Second Year Progress Report

CAHME found that progress is needed in one or more criteria and requested a second year Progress Report to be submitted within 1 year. 

University of Southern Maine

Progress Report on criteria I.A.1, I.B.3, II.A.2, III.A.1, III.A.6, III.B.1, III.C.1.

University of South Carolina

Progress Report on criteria III.B.2.

Marymount University

Progress Report on criteria I.A.3, II.A.5, III.B.4, III.C.3.

Army-Baylor University

Progress Report on criteria I.B.3, IV.B.2.

 

Fall 2015 Actions

The CAHME Board of Directors took the actions below at its meeting on November 17, 2015:

The Criteria for CAHME accreditation can be accessed here.

Programs re-accredited:
The following programs have been re-accredited, but are required to submit a progress report in one year on criteria as noted.
Texas Woman’s University

Master’s Degree in Health Care Administration
Re-accreditation: 7 years
Progress Report on criteria II.A.5, III.C.3, IV.C.1 required.

University of Illinois at Chicago

Master of Healthcare Administration
Re-accreditation: 7 years
Progress Report on criteria I.A.3, II.A.5, III.A.4, IV.B.2, IV.C.1 required.

University of Utah

Master of Healthcare Administration
Re-accreditation: 3 years
Progress Report on criteria I.A.1, I.B.2, I.B.3, III.A.1, III.B.1, III.B.4, III.C.1, III.C.3

Johns Hopkins University

Master of Health Administration
Re-accreditation: 7 years
Progress Report on criteria III.A.5, III.B.4, III.C.3, IV.A.2

University of Colorado Denver (Residential)

Master in Business Administration in Health Administration
Re-accreditation: 7 years
Progress Report on criteria I.A.2, II.A.1, II.A.4, II.A.5, III.C.1, III.C.3, IV.A.2

University of South Florida

Master of Health Administration
Re-accreditation: 7 years
Progress Report on criteria I.A.2, III.A.4, III.B.1, III.C.1, III.C.3

Programs initially accredited:
The following programs have been accredited, but are required to submit a progress report in six months on criteria as noted
Des Moines University (Initial)

Master of Health Care Administration
Accreditation: 3 years
Progress Report on criteria I.B.1, II.A.5, III.C.1, III.C.3, IV.B.2 required.

Progress Reports

The CAHME Accreditation Council took the following actions on October 23-24, 2015:

Programs that have completed all requirements of accreditation. First and Second year progress reports accepted and programs at the following universities deemed to be in full compliance with all criteria.

University of Central Florida
University of Pittsburgh
University of Oklahoma
University of Southern California
Seton Hall University

CAHME Accepted First Year Progress Report and Requested a Second Year Progress Report

CAHME found that progress is needed in one or more criteria and requested a second year Progress Report to be submitted within 1 year. 

Boston University MPH

Progress Report on criteria: II.A.3, III.A.6, III.C.3

CAHME accepted the Action Plan and requires completion of the Plan

CAHME found that progress is needed in one or more criteria and requested the Implementation Plan to be complete by February 1, 2016.

New York University

To be on target, the program will need to complete the following criteria: II.A.3

University of Iowa

To be on target, the program will need to complete criteria: II.A.3,III.A.1, III.A.3

The George Washington University

To be on target, the program will need to complete criteria: I.A.4, III.A.1, III.A.4

University of St. Thomas

To be on target, the program will need to complete criteria: I.A.2, III.C.3

Appeal Actions

There were no appeal actions during this meeting.

Withdrawal of Accreditation

No programs withdrew their accreditation during this meeting.

Spring 2015 Actions

The CAHME Board of Directors took the actions below at its meeting on May 12, 2015:

The Criteria for CAHME accreditation can be accessed here.

Programs Re-accredited

The following programs have been re-accredited, but are required to submit a progress report by the due date as indicated below.

Army-Baylor University

Joint Masters Program in Health and Business Administration
Reaccreditation: 7 years
Progress Report Due: February 1, 2016

Columbia University

Master of Public Health in Health Policy and Management
Reaccreditation: 7 years
Progress Report Due: February 1, 2016

Marymount University

Masters Program in Health Administration
Reaccreditation: 7 years
Progress Report Due: February 1, 2016

University of South Carolina

Masters of Health Administration
Reaccreditation: 7 years
Progress Report Due: February 1, 2016

University of Southern Maine

Graduate Program in Health Policy and Management
Reaccreditation: 3 years
Progress Report Due: February 1, 2016

Programs Initially Accredited

Boston University

Masters of Public Health
Initial accreditation: 3 years
Progress Report Due: September 1, 2015

 

Progress Reports

The CAHME Accreditation Council took the following actions on April 17-18, 2015:
Programs that have completed all requirements of accreditation: First and Second year progress reports accepted and programs at the following universities deemed to be in full compliance with all criteria.

  • Baylor University
  • University of Colorado-Denver (Executive)
  • University of Michigan
  • Rush University
  • Weber State University
  • Texas State University-San Marcos
  • San Diego State University
  • University of Kansas Medical Center

CAHME accepted First Year Progress Report and requested a Second Year Progress Report

CAHME found that progress is needed in one or more criteria and requested a second year Progress Report to be submitted within 1 year.

Governors State University

Progress Report on criteria: I.A.2, I.A.3, II.A.3, II.A.5, III.A.1, III.C.1 and III.C.3

University of Minnesota

Progress Report on criteria: I.A.1, III.B.4, III.C.3

Temple University

Progress Report on criteria: I.A.2, II.A.1 and IV.A.2

University of Toronto

Progress Report on criteria: III.C.3

CAHME accepted the Second Year Progress Report and requested additional Progress Reports

CAHME found that progress is needed in one or more criteria and requested additional Progress Reports to be submitted within 1 year.

 University of Iowa

Progress Report on criteria: II.A.3, III.A.1 and III.A.3

CAHME Rejected First or Second Year Progress Report and requested additional Progress Reports

CAHME found that progress is needed in one or more criteria and requested additional Progress Reports to be submitted within 1 year.

University of St. Thomas

Progress Report on criteria: I.A.2 and III.C.3

The George Washington University

Progress Report on criteria: I.A.4, III.A.1 and III.A.4

New York University

Progress Report on criteria: II.A.3 and II.A.6

Appeal Actions

There were no appeal actions during this meeting.

Withdrawal of Accreditation

No programs withdrew their accreditation during this meeting.