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Georgia Institute of Technology
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Atlanta, 30308
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Sponsor a Masters Student

The Masters in Health Systems Program of the Health Systems Institute provides an opportunity for Health Systems MS students to participate in projects at point of care with our sponsoring organizations, over the period of one year. Each student is paired with an industry expert and a faculty advisor during performance of the special project. There are a number of Graduate Research Assistantship sites that have involved our students and faculty over the last few years and are expected to continue.

For more information, please call or email David Cowan , Program Director 404-385-8190. To learn more about some of the projects that have been sponsored, please visit the Graduate Research Assistant Project Profile area.

Contract Research

The Health Systems Institute is composed of accomplished and practicing academicians, clinicians, post doctoral scholars, and graduate student trainees with the mission of applying quantitative and qualitative research and development methodologies to the business needs of enterprises in the health services and health care delivery sectors.

We are experts at understanding client needs, translating client questions and needs into cost-effective research studies that yield measurable outcomes upon which informed business decisions can be based. Our services and expertise are focused on enhancing quality of care and quality of life, optimizing processes, maximizing organizational performance, and application development, implementation, and evaluation. Our research activities include: 1) Generating and transforming client-centric data into usable information; 2) Enabling data-driven business decisions that are grounded in engineering science and management; 3) Conducting scientifically-based data mining and data synthesis for purposes of realizing business objectives; and 4) Designing physical spaces and embedded technologies in domestic community and institutional health locales.

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