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The College of Health Solutions aims to discover approaches to maintaining and improving the health of entire populations and reducing inequalities in health between groups of people. We use a multidisciplinary approach blending the disciplines of public health/health promotion, biomedical informatics, health economics, nutrition, exercise science, and health care delivery to achieve new discoveries. We also employ a multi-level strategy with studies focused on individuals, social networks, communities, institutions, policies, systems, and environments to better understand the determinants of health.
A few examples of our work include:
Manson's specialty is within the area of building fiscally sustainable integrated health care with identifiable return on investment and cost savings.
McCullough's research involves quantifying investments in public health and social services and assessing how these investments are put to use in order to improve population health.
Ohri-Vachaspati is a professor of nutrition and leads the ASU Food Environment and Policy research group. In 2017, she completed the RWJF Health Policy Fellowship working in Senator Gillibrand’s office in Washington DC.
Reddy’s primary research interests are how law and policy can be utilized as tools to improve population health outcomes, reduce health disparities and inequities.
Riley is a leading authority in health care finance. He is also a national and international expert in quality improvement methods, techniques, and implementation.
George Runger researches analytical methods for knowledge generation and data-driven improvements in organizations, including machine learning for large, complex data, and real-time analysis.
Savaglio Battles teaches public health, health education, and health sciences classes in the College of Health Solutions.