Integrative Learning Experience

 

The Integrated Learning Experience (ILE) within the Master of Health Administration program is a culminating project, in the field of health administration, tailored to the student’s interest. This project, completed in their final semester, allows students to apply classroom learning to a pressing healthcare issue in a real-world setting. A wide variety of opportunities are possible, including projects related to data analytics, financial or strategic planning, operations management, or quality of care issues.

Recent ILE Projects

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Created COVID-19 vaccination clinic process plan
Developed surgical procedure checklist and communication plan with physician training
Implemented physician toolkit to discuss fly vaccine importance and improve vaccination rates
Optimized current practices to improve food tray delivery in hospital setting
Created health food retailer proposals
Developed compliance manual for patient-centered medical home employees
Designed medication regimen tracking system for patients experiencing homelessness
Developed marketing and survey materials for clinic
Re-designed FQHC dental clinic procedure room
Researched healthcare data support vendors
Designed implementation plan for community wellness event for health system

Calling all Preceptors...

If you are a health administrator, in any healthcare related setting, and have an interest in hosting an MHA student in the upcoming summer, please complete the form below and we will reach out to you with details!

Contact Information

  • MHA Program
  • Department of Kinesiology and Community Health
  • 1206 S. Fourth Street
  • Champaign, IL 61820
  • Phone: 217-244-1075
  • MHA-Admissions@illinois.edu.
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