University of Oklahoma Health Sciences’ MHA Program Reaccredited by CAHME for Seven Years

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SPRING HOUSE, PA — The Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Management Education (CAHME) Board of Directors recently reapproved the Master of Health Administration (MHA) program at The University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Hudson College of Public Health. This reaccreditation, valid for a seven-year term, positions the university’s MHA program as the only CAHME-accredited initiative in Oklahoma, underscoring its commitment to excellence in healthcare management and policy education.

The Hudson College of Public Health, led by Dean Dr. Dale Bratzler, takes pride in this exclusive recognition, viewing it as a reflection of the institution’s dedication to crafting a curriculum that not only meets but exceeds industry standards. This accreditation ensures that graduates are well-prepared to take on leadership roles in an increasingly complex healthcare environment, equipped with the knowledge and skills necessary to drive positive change and innovation in healthcare management and policy.

Dr. Ganisher Davlyatov, the MHA program director, emphasized the significance of the reaccreditation, attributing it to the program’s innovative teaching methods and the faculty’s unwavering dedication. According to Davlyatov, this recognition by CAHME validates the program’s efforts to mold healthcare leaders capable of navigating the challenges of a rapidly evolving healthcare field.

CAHME, standing at the forefront of healthcare management education quality assurance, administers a rigorous accreditation process, overseen by experts in healthcare management study and practice. Dr. Anthony Stanowski, DHA, FACHE, President and CEO of CAHME, highlighted the organization’s mission to elevate healthcare management education globally. Through its accreditation, CAHME signals to students, employers, and the wider healthcare community that a program adheres to the highest standards of academic excellence and relevance in the field of healthcare management.

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The reaccreditation of the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Hudson College of Public Health’s MHA program not only reaffirms its status as a leader in healthcare management education within the state but also serves as a beacon for prospective students seeking a comprehensive, recognized education that will prepare them for successful careers in healthcare leadership. This achievement is a testament to the program’s enduring impact on the quality of healthcare through education and its role in shaping the future of healthcare leadership.

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