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Member Benefit - Jefferson School of Population Health

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AMCP members can further their education via our affiliation with the Jefferson School of Population Health (JSPH), a division of Thomas Jefferson University, in Philadelphia, Pa. 

Plus, Academy members may now take advantage of the JSPH’s corporate tuition rate (15% discount) on all online graduate and Master’s degree programs in Applied Health Economics & Outcomes Research, Population Health, Health Policy and Healthcare Quality & Safety. 

Established in 2008, JSPH offers graduate academic programming designed to prepare practitioners to develop, implement and evaluate health policies and systems that improve the health of populations and thereby enhance the quality of life of these populations. JSPH offers managed care pharmacists and other health practitioners career development and learning opportunities in these key areas: 

  • Health Policy (MS-HP; Graduate Certificate) program prepares leaders to critically analyze the organization, financing and delivery of health care; to rigorously apply analytic skills to plan, implement and evaluate health policy; and to produce research evidence to support policy development and change. 
  • Healthcare Quality and Safety (MS-HQS; Graduate Certificate) prepares healthcare professionals to be leaders and advocates in the design, implementation and dissemination of programs and policies that measurably improve healthcare quality and patient safety. 
  • Applied Health Economics and Outcomes Research (MS-AHEOR; Graduate Certificate) prepares professionals to evaluate and measure health outcomes (both physical and humanistic) and to ascertain economic consequences of health care interventions by determining optimal clinical effectiveness, comparative effectiveness and economic value. 
  • Population Health (Graduate Certificate)prepares leaders to understand population health as it establishes new priorities in chronic disease prevention, evidence-based practice, comparative effectiveness, and quality and safety.  

To receive the discount, AMCP members will indicate that they are affiliated with AMCP under the "supplemental questions" section of the Jefferson School of Population Health application.   Individuals must be current with their AMCP dues throughout the program. 

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