Teresa M. Finley, Chief Marketing and Global Business Services Officer at UPS, speaks Wed, Sept. 14th, as part of the IMPACT Speaker Series at the Scheller College of Business on the global and social impact of UPS as a leader in Logistics.
The goal of this event is to identify important trends in healthcare systems and design, the future of health systems ecucation, and opportunities for collaboration. The event will include a keynote presentation, two plenary panel sessions, and presentations and posters by alumni on new research.
Research teams analyzed six years of Medicaid claims for every child in ten U.S. states and found that healthy children are 50 to 60 percent of the total cost in the Medicaid system in GA.
Dr. Anne Schuchat, Principal Deputy Director at the CDC, and Michelle Nunn, CEO at CARE USA, will share on global health and humanitarian systems response and development in areas such as health emergencies and refugee crisis management.
Professors Pinar Keskinocak and Julie Swann, co-directors of the Center for Health & Humanitarian Systems (CHHS) and professors in the Stewart School of Industrial & Systems Engineering (ISyE) have been honored with George Tech’s 2016 Steven A. Denning Award for Global Engagement.
Experts, policy makers, researchers, and decision makers share research, new challenges, and current efforts for improving disaster response from pre-planning to mitigation.
The designation under a Basic Ordering Agreement (BOA) allows CHHS to bid for new research proposals at the VA for funding of up to $3 million to improve healthcare delivery for veterans.
ISyE Hosts Yale University's Edward H. Kaplan for its Distinguished Scholarship Lecture on Monday, March 28, 2016. It will take place in the Molecular Science and Engineering Building Auditorium, Cherry Logan Emerson Lecture Theater from 3 p.m. - 4 p.m. A reception will immediately follow the lecture.
For the last 7 years, the Health and Humanitarian Logistics Conference (HHL) has brought together speakers and attendees from non-government organizations (NGOs), industry, government, military, and academia to identify challenges and opportunities in global health humanitarian operations and long-term economic development.
The Center for Health & Humanitarian Systems (CHHS) was recently designated by Georgia Tech as one of the seven new Interdisciplinary Research Centers (IRCs) on campus. Each of these centers brings together researchers from different disciplines across campus to address topics of strategic importance to Georgia Tech, promoting collaborative research and coordinating activities aimed at large external funding opportunities.
Rebecca Curzon, Senior Program Manager for IBM Corporate Citizenship & Affairs addresses the role of technology in disaster response and humanitarian work as part of IMPACT speaker series.
This May 9-14, 2016, the Center for Health and Humanitarian Systems (HHS) at Georgia Tech will again offer the 6-day intensive certificate program in Health & Humanitarian Supply Chain Management.
Introduction to Humanitarian Logistics [pdf - 350KB]
If your organization has a potential health and humanitarian logistics project that is suitable for a Georgia Tech graduate course, please submit it online.
Interested in a graduate level Health & Humanitarian Logistics course? Register online here.