• Program Objectives

    The Master of Healthcare Quality and Safety curriculum is tailored to help clinicians improve patient safety and health care quality in an increasingly complex and evolving health care environment.

    Upon completion of the program, you will be able to:

    • Drive strategic change and foster a culture of quality and safety
    • Generate data-driven solutions to address operational challenges
    • Measure, interpret and communicate meaningful health care outcomes
    • Identify quality and safety gaps and develop strategies to address them
    • Use data to support rational and evidence-based improvements
    • Develop and implement quality improvement initiatives within a tight budget
    • Assess and improve health care processes through evidence-based best practices
    • Identify, design and implement malpractice prevention and intervention strategies
  • Program Benefits

    • Curriculum designed to accelerate your ascent to a leadership role focused on health care quality and safety
    • Distinguished faculty who are recognized leaders in some of the nation’s most prestigious health care systems
    • A learning model that combines concrete theory with applied learning
    • An accomplished community of professional peers that you can call upon long after the program ends
    • A capstone project that is aligned with your goals and interests plus one-on-one mentoring
    • The carefully designed curriculum that focuses on all operational aspects of health care quality and safety
    • Exposure to best practices within the Harvard network of hospitals, including Massachusetts General Hospital, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Boston Children’s Hospital, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and Dana-Farber Cancer Institute
Dr. Anjala Tess
Program Director Anjala Tess talks about the learning model

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