Medical and Health Services Manager roles constitute one of the eight positions that U.S. News & World Report recently noted may be “recession-proof,” which is great news for our graduates. On September 18, the AMA also released an article stating that” COVID-19 shows why health systems science matters so much.” Right now we have graduates making major contributions in assisting in the tracking of COVID-19 as well as addressing various supply chain challenges in the interest of combatting the disease and addressing other healthcare issues. Despite the difficulties posed by this pandemic, educational opportunities for graduate studies in Health Systems remain readily available – and actually are expanding due to the overwhelming demand in the healthcare industry for improvement sciences that embrace systems thinking, systems engineering, and data analytics. If you have interest in gaining knowledge and skills for modeling, analyzing and/or designing healthcare delivery systems and processes, we welcome you to join us for a focused health systems graduate info session and Q&A. All with interest in improving health systems are welcome to attend.