Master of Health Administration Student Association

Master of Health Administration Student Association

PURPOSE

The purpose of the Master of Health Administration Student Association at the University of Washington (MHASA) is to support the professional and personal development of Master of Health Administration students at the University of Washington. This includes professional development activities, community engagement activities, philanthropy activities, and representing students to MHA and Executive MHA programs.

WHO ARE WE

Membership is open to early and mid-career health services professionals in the University of Washington MHA and Executive MHA programs.  All students in both programs are automatically members of the association and are eligible to serve on committees and access the services offered.

Volunteers Needed for The One Night Count
Volunteers are needed to assist with The One Night Count.  The One Night Count is the most reliable way that public health and policy makers[READ MORE...]
Members Attend 2014 IHI National Forum
Eight Master of Health Administration students from the University of Washington attended the 2014 Annual Institute for Healthcare Improvement National Forum on Quality Improvement in Health[READ MORE...]
ACHE Congress Program Assistant Application Now Open!
The American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE) is looking for Program Assistants for the 2015 Congress on Healthcare Leadership, March 16–19 at the Hilton Chicago/Palmer[READ MORE...]