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Executive Health Systems Program Continues to ThriveBingUNews (April 9, 2018)

Mining for organs: Watson SSIE researchers use data analysis to help boost organ donor numbers  - Watson Review, Summer 2015: See pg 15-17

Paying it forward: Peck scholarship funds student conference attendance - Watson Review, Summer 2015: See pg 26-27

Engineering program boasts 50 percent female representation - World News (WN) Network, November 4, 2014

Engineering program boasts 50 percent female representation - Inside, November 4, 2014

In engineering program, BU boasts equal gender ratio - Pipe Dream, November 4, 2014

Why this engineering program is years ahead of the rest - ECN Magazine, October 31, 2014

Breaking Gender Barriers: Engineering Program has 50% Female Representation - October 24, 2014

Binghamton University Engineering Program Boasts 50 Percent Female Representation - Newswise, October 20, 2014

Systems Science and Industrial Engineering department welcomes new students, faculty: Professors describe 13 years of growth, research at Binghamton - Pipe Dream, September 12, 2014

First group in NYC earns master's in health systems (.pdf, 122kb) - Watson Review, Summer 2014

DiscoverE Announces 2014 New Faces of Engineering Honorees (including Tarun Mohan Lal) - DiscoverE, February 20, 2014

Return to mentor: New Faces honoree wants to revamp healthcare, encourage others - IE Magazine, March 2014

Health systems masters program takes off in ManhattanInside, October 10, 2013

Driven by Data: UHS and BU Research Partnership Reduces Readmissions - UHS Stay Healthy Magazine, Universal Health Services, Inc., Summer 2013 

New Executive Master's in Health Systems Offered in NYC, Beginning April 2013Watson Review, 2012: See pg 2.

Healthcare gets WISE: Industrial and Systems Engineers Help Cure Some of Healthcare's Ills - Watson Review, 2011: See pg 5-7.

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Recent Media Quotes of Faculty, Staff or Alumni

Ask a Scientist: Imagining the biggest number can lead to infinite possibilities - Pressconnects, February 17, 2019

Your Turn: Come see the future being invented at BU Watson School's Community Day - Pressconnects, February 15, 2019

Best Universities Rankings WalletHub 2019 Report - WallHub, October 22, 2018

Seeking Efficiency: 'Tremendous resistance in government' - Pressconnects, January 23, 2016

5 Steps to Getting a Killer Grad School Recommendation Letter - NerdWallet Grad, May 26, 2015

B.U. and The Raymond Corporation team upNews Channel 34, January 6, 2015

B.U. research helps Innovation Associates expandNews Channel 34, December 5, 2014

B.U. and UHS partnership brings many opportunitiesNews Channel 34, November 26, 2014

STEM Student of the Week: Christina Muratore - ECN Magazine, November 14, 2014

Digital Bonanza: Researchers prospect for solutions in the boom town of Big Data (.pdf, 21.4 MB) - Binghamton Research, Winter 2014

9 Ways to Ace Your Internship Cover LetterNerdScholar, October 16, 2014

Algorithms predict forecasting power of tweets - Discover-e, September 10, 2014

Top 5 Reasons to Apply to a Research University - NerdScholar, August 7, 2014

Understanding behavioral patterns: Big data analytics helps business and government gain insight from social mediaIE Magazine, June 2014

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Report to the President - Better Health Care and Lower Costs: Accelerating Improvement Through Systems Engineering (.pdf,) - PCAST (President's Council of Advisors on Science and Technology), May 2014

Engineering a Learning Healthcare System: A look at the Future: Workshop Summary(.pdf, 1.9MB) - Institute of Medicine (IOM), 2011

The Learning Healthcare System - Institute of Medicine (IOM), March 30, 2007

Building a Better Delivery System: A New Health Care/Engineering Partnership - National Academy of Engineering (NAE) and Institute of Medicine (IOM), July 10, 2005

Crossing the Quality Chasm: A New Health System for the 21st Century - Institute of Medicine (IOM), March 1, 2001

To Err is Human: Building a Safer Health System - Institute of Medicine (IOM), November 1, 1999


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Last Updated: 2/18/19