The National Association of Health Services Executives Case Competition is a scholarship program, where graduate programs in Health Administration, Business Administration and Public Health are invited to form teams of 1-3 students. Student teams are given a unique case study and are charged with applying their creativity, knowledge and experience to analyze the diverse and real situations facing the healthcare organization featured in the case.
The team members that represented Pitt were Abby Monyei (MHA '19), Kexin Chen (MPH '19) and Deborah Wokpetah (MHA/MBA '20). Sydney Lukus (JD/MPH '22) was the student observer, and will be on the team next year. Alum Laura Griffin (MHA '13) was the team's coach.
"They really enjoyed the opportunity to develop their competencies during the competition and they proudly represented Pitt. Plus, the networking during the NAHSE conference was invaluable for them," said HPM professor, Kevin Broom.