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One for the books

August 4, 2017
Posted In: Profiles

Adam Moore, DHA, MS, CMPE, ’16, is the first graduate of ATSU’s Doctor of Health Administration program. As director of clinical operations for ATSU Gutensohn Clinic, he works with physicians, nurses, and student doctors daily. He entered the program to gain more experience with healthcare administration and advanced business education.

“I have implemented a piece from every course into my management resources,” says Dr. Moore. “The education I received from this program allows me to better educate and lead my staff.”

Image above: Dr. Moore (right) hopes to use his degree to create an elective course at ATSU that will teach students the importance of health administration and better prepare them as future health professionals.

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