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How AI can improve health care

Members of the University of Florida College of Public Health and Health Professions came together recently to discuss the power and potential of artificial intelligence for improving health care delivery as part of the college’s AI Seminar Series, sponsored by the PHHP Artificial Intelligence Work Group.

Ready for the Next Level: Celebrating the UF MHA Class of 2024

UF MHA graduate, Nathalie Sawczuk, with guests of honor, Laura Gruber, MBA, MHS, and Lonn McDowell, MHA, FACHE, FACMPE, during the UF MHA Hooding and Awards Ceremony. By Sara A. Mayo On Thursday, May 2nd, the UF MHA Class of 2024 was bestowed with hoods as part…

Gators gather in Chicago at ACHE Congress

This past March, the 2024 American College of Healthcare Executives ("ACHE") Congress on Healthcare Leadership was held at the Hyatt Regency in Chicago, drawing over 5,000 healthcare leaders and executives to attend this year's theme centered on the transformative "Big Ideas" for the future of healthcare.

Alumni Spotlight: Ashley Emans, UF MHA Class of 2011

By Sara A. Mayo Ashley C. Emans, UF MHA Class of 2011 Ashley C. Emans, MHA, LSSBB, FACHE, recognizes that most successes start with well led beginnings. As the Radiology Business Manager at UF Health Jacksonville, Ashley Emans covers the administrative functions for sixteen diagnostic and interventional departments,…

Alumni Spotlight – Capt. Ayessa Toler

UF PHHP & University of Florida - Warrington College of Business alumna Captain Ayessa Toler used her degrees for a career in public service. With a Master of Health Administration (UF Department of Health Services Research, Management and Policy) and a Master of Business Administration, Captain Toler has spent 20 years in the Navy and Marine Corps, ensuring health service support for active duty members. She's now set to command the Second Medical Battalion in North Carolina, overseeing 800 military personnel.