Health Care Management

Denise Anthony, Professor and Chair of Health Management and Policy, University of Michigan School of Public Health

Building Trust and Building Equity in Public Health

Denise Anthony

Denise Anthony studies how humans cooperate and develop trust in social relationships. With privacy and trust central to how we use health information, health managers and policymakers, says Anthony, must understand the relationship between social determinants of health and health care.

Cachet Colvard outside the Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi

Learning, Leading, and Enriching Lives

Cachet R. Colvard, MHSA ’17, MBA ’20

Helping people live healthier lives led alum Cachet Colvard to Michigan Public Health, to Ghana, and now to the United Arab Emirates, where she develops patient-centered health care innovations. She spends a lot of her free time helping other young professionals navigate the complexities of health care leadership.

Lucie Kalousova

Tobacco Control: A Success Story with a Side Story

Lucie Kalousova, PhD ’17

As a doctoral student, Lucie Kalousova knew she needed a dissertation topic that would make a meaningful contribution to improving population health and closing health disparities. The academic rigor and spirit of collaboration she found at Michigan helped her meld public health and social sciences into research that helps mitigate the adverse effects of smoking on minority and low-SES groups.

Amani Echols

Motivating a New Generation to Address Health Inequities

Amani Echols

Amani Echols' chose public health because she wanted to make the most impact for the most people. As a co-founder of the Health Equity High School summit, and a staff member at doula program, Dial-A-Doula, she's working directly to combat health inequity and inspire new leaders.

Mark Anderson

Never Stop Learning: Physician's Pursuit to Always Be Better

Mark Anderson, MD

What does an established physician have to gain from going back to school to earn an MPH? According to Mark Anderson, participating in the Population and Health Sciences program earns him the ability to stay pertinent in the advancing world of health care.