SPRING HOUSE, PA — The Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Management Education (CAHME) Board of Directors announced it approved the initial accreditation of the University of Detroit Mercy’s Master of Science in Healthcare Administration (MHSA) program for a three-year term.
“This accreditation represents the diligence of our team at the University of Detroit Mercy, MHSA, to create a curriculum to prepare graduates to become sought-after healthcare management professionals,” said Dr. Janet Baiardi, Interim Dean, College of Health Professions, University of Detroit Mercy. “Our goal is to provide students with the skills needed to serve in health services administration positions where they will be able to raise clinical excellence and improve health outcomes on a global level.”
“CAHME’s mission is to advance the quality of healthcare management education globally. CAHME-accredited programs have successfully navigated a complex and careful accreditation process managed by experts in the study and practice of healthcare management,” said Dr. Anthony Stanowski, DHA, FACHE, president and CEO of CAHME.
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