Students from England Tour Orlando, Present at UCF
93 - Percent of heath care informatics alumni employed in senior-level positions within the field of health care
35 - Number of health care informatics students enrolled in the fall 2016 semester
25 - Number of health care informatics students enrolled in the spring 2017 semester
28 - Number of students who graduated from the health care informatics program during 2015-16
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HSA Students from England Tour Orlando, Present at UCF
Friday, March 10, 2017
Students from De
MontFort University in Leicester, England recently led a British
invasion in Orlando.
The group toured The City Beautiful, including several food
banks, Evan's High School and local nonprofit organizations that
help the homeless as part of their health services administration
capstone course. The group then presented their findings to HSA
students at UCF.
The students in the group are undergraduates in the health
studies program at De MontFort University, which focuses on the
analysis of health care and health care systems through
Following their 10-day trip to Orlando, the group conducted its
presentation on "Poverty Amidst Plenty," which compared the British
health system to the American health system as well as the
country's social policies for delivering health care to those in
poverty. After the presentation both the British and American
students had the opportunity to break into discussion groups and
share information with each other.
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UCF's program provided me the opportunity to expedite my student experience while attaining practical experience working within local health systems.
— Daniel Barr,
“UCF was one of only a few programs nationwide that offered the course work and modality that met my needs. It is definitely a different way of learning, but I find the online modality truly a rewarding and unique experience for learning and collaboration.”
— Jennifer Hamilton,
Executive M.S.HSA, '14
The UCF Health Care Informatics progam has been the catalyst in needed to reignite my career.
— Guy Piasecki,
The health care informatics faculty offered unique perspectives and provided me the ability to succeed in a dynamic field that is changing our healthcare delivery system.