“The health services administration program at RMU competes with major nursing schools and produces fine graduates.”
Danny Moore wants to improve healthcare delivery, not only in the United States, but for people in Nicaragua too. As the systems engineer lead for the Mitre Corp., a nonprofit corporation that operates federally-funded research centers supporting several government agencies, Danny applies lessons he has learned in a 30-year career in process improvement in order to improve results in the highly complex healthcare arena.
As a student in RMU’s fully online master’s degree program in health services administration, he took the opportunity to accompany students and faculty on their study abroad program in Nicaragua, observing hospitals and clinics that typically lack the equipment and resources of U.S. facilities.
“The professors gave us guidance, but they let us run. They’re smart. They’ve worked in the industry, so they know how to help us get to where we are going.”
“If I hadn’t had that one-on-one with my professors, I probably would have quit. And if I’d chosen a bigger school, I probably wouldn’t have had that attention.”