The health field – including healthcare delivery, technology, pharmacology, and social factors affecting health – is experiencing disruptive change. There’s never been more demand for dynamic leaders who have the training and perspective to make strategic decisions that promote quality, performance, growth, and innovation.
William S. Bernstein, partner at Manatt, Phelps & Phillips, LLP, explains, “Healthcare today is like a Rubik's Cube – its aspects seemingly impossible to align. To imagine a future that isn't bound by conflicting financial incentives and regulatory schemes, tomorrow's leaders must not only study the past but master the strategy, law, policy, and technology that will enable them to innovate a different path.”
The NYU Law and NYU Wagner Master of Science in Health Law and Strategy prepares emerging leaders to navigate and lead organizations through this transformation. It’s a graduate degree from two top-ranked schools, empowering experienced professionals to drive strategy and innovation in health-related fields.
Our curriculum draws on business and management, technology and innovation, and law and policy, providing the skills to effectively analyze and navigate the changing health ecosystem.