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    MHCI Alumni Engagement

    Upon graduation, MHCI students attain alumni status of the University of Pennsylvania, becoming part of the tradition of a university that was founded in 1740. 

    Penn Alumni enjoy access to benefits such as QuakerNet (Penn’s networking platform for alumni from across all Penn schools), career services platforms, select library resources, continuing education opportunities, and more.

    How our alumni stay connected

    MHCI alumni are very active and maintain contact with the Master of Health Care Innovation in a variety of ways, including:

    • Participating in and facilitating sessions during the annual seminar, Innovation Weekend, and reunions
    • Sharing skills during MHCI Speaker Series webinars and attending Series events
    • Presenting during Virtual Info Sessions for prospective students
    • Serving as course assistants and alumni tutors for MHCI courses
    • Connecting on the alumni LinkedIn group
    • Founding, leading, and contributing to the Society for HealthCare Innovation
    • Serving on the MHCI Admissions and Curriculum Committees
    • Interviewing MHCI applicants
    • Keeping up-to-date on program news with a quarterly newsletter
    • Acting as alumni ambassadors for the program
    MHCI Class of 2021

    The Class of 2021 came together from across the health care industry and around the world to form a close network for collaboration, support, and friendship. Those bonds helped them complete a rigorous program even when the COVID-19 pandemic erupted during their second semester. A blend of established and aspiring leaders, they work as executives, physicians, clinical care managers, growth directors, innovation and program managers, nurses, consultants, researchers, federal agency administrators, pharmacy and finance directors, application analysts, radiology faculty, and surgeons. MHCI alumni work for academic medical centers, health networks, private practice, consulting firms, startups, and federal agencies.

    Meet Our Alumni
    Theresa Urban

    It’s been about connection... I remember meeting people with passion and wanting to make the world a better place. It’s so inspiring... I think there’s a lot we can change, there’s a lot of hope. The program has given us tools and frameworks so we can make some good things happen

    Theresa Urban, RN, BSN, MHCI '21 Penn Partners in Care, Clinical Care Manager
    Johnson Khor

    Both MHCI faculty/staff and my cohort members have shown me not only ways to make a difference in health care but also how to ultimately increase affordability, accessibility, and quality of care

    Johnson Khor, MHCI '21 Healthcare Consultant, CDCN and Clinical Researcher, Perelman School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania