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Apple Recognizes Dartmouth’s Master of Health Care Delivery Science Program

Dartmouth’s Master of Health Care Delivery Science program has been recognized by Apple for its innovation, use of technology and design of its curriculum. The Apple Distinguished Schools program recognizes outstanding schools and programs worldwide for innovation, leadership and educational excellence. The five criteria that all recognized schools and programs must meet are visionary leadership, innovative learning and teaching, ongoing professional learning, compelling evidence of success and a flexible learning environment. Dartmouth’s program—known as MHCDS—is an 18-month master’s degree course that is targeted at mid-career health professionals and leaders in health care. Students include doctors, nurses, surgeons, hospital executives and insurance company executives, among others. This program was launched to combine management with medical knowledge to equip leaders in the field with the skills to reimagine and redesign health care, MHCDS co-founder and learning and technology manager Ano Lobb said. Read the article.

Date: 29 Oct 2015