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Pharmaceutical Outcomes & Policy Online Degree

The College of Pharmacy’s completely online Pharmaceutical Outcomes & Policy program offers flexible learning for working professionals who want to enhance their education without disrupting their busy schedules.

Explore 4 Specialized tracks

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Pharmacoeconomics utilizes a combination of scientific and economic methods to evaluate and compare the value of one drug or therapy to another, which provides grounded data to assist in optimal allocation of health care resources.
Managed healthcare
Managed care implies a defined structure and process of designing and delivering covered health care benefits that include risk-sharing, price and utilization controls, and quality assurance.
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The Institutes of Medicine defines patient safety as the prevention of harm to patients. In the context of pharmaceutical outcomes and policy patient safety is the prevention of harm in the context of medication safety.
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The ultimate goal of health care regulation is to ensure health care quality. Accomplishing this task requires balancing competing needs, such as cost and access.

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Completely Online

Completely online and tailored for working professionals.

3 Degree Options

M.S., M.S. + M.B.A., and graduate certificate options available.

4 Specialty Areas

Earn your degree or certificate in one of four specialty tracks.

Rolling Admissions

Start at anytime that works for you with rolling admissions.

Enhanced Career

Potential positions range from safety officers to benefit managers.

Flexible Programs

The online degree program allows students up to 7 years to complete.
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Webinars & On-Demand Videos

Check out one of POP’s informational webinars. Learn more about earning credentials through the program and get a better idea about the specialty tracks offered through mini-lectures with program directors and professors.

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Stay connected with the program through the quarterly newsletter with faculty interviews and current program updates
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Alumni testimonials


Listen to graduates POPcasts with Dr. Robert Navarro and see what the alumni have to say about the program and specialized tracks.

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