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What Does the Future Hold for Health Informatics?

Most administrators and clinicians lack the expertise to effectively collect, store and interpret this data, which explains why career opportunities for health informatics professionals have never been more promising.

How Antibiotic Resistance Became an Urgent Threat

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), at least 2 million people in the United States become infected with antibiotic-resistant bacteria each year, and some 23,000 people die annually from these infections.

15 Terms to Know in Global Health

Considering a career in global health? We've mapped out 15 key terms you need to know if you work or plan to work in the global health field.

Understanding Chronic Conditions Through Big Data

There’s little doubt that big data is more than a buzzword; it represents a cultural shift in the way many industries operate. How can the health care industry better harness data to improve the tracking, analysis and treatment of chronic conditions.

Are U.S. Cities Prepared for the Effects of Climate Change?

In the first of a three-part study on climate change, Sabrina McCormick, associate professor at the Milken Institute School of Public Health at the George Washington University, and Kathleen Carlson (an MPH student at Milken SPH at the time), conducted interviews with 65 local decision-makers in six major U.S. cities to find out how social factors influence whether U.S. cities are prepared for the consequences of climate change.

The Rise of Aging-in-Place Villages

Experts anticipate that by 2050 the senior population in the United States will be 135 percent higher than it was in the year 2000. In response to such significant growth, new industries must be created to address the needs of seniors.