Graduate students gain valuable experience and network connections attending WV MGMA conference | School of Public Health

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Students in the West Virginia University School of Public Health were given the opportunity to connect with healthcare administrative professionals, expand their network and learn outside the classroom by participating in the West Virginia Medical Group Management Association (WV MGMA) Conference on Sept. 15-16. Thirteen students traveled to Stonewall Resort in Roanoke, W.Va. for the experience.

During the conference, students attended keynote speeches and gained a greater understanding of the healthcare field they will enter when they graduate. WVU School of Public Health Senior Associate Dean Erik Carlton was also in attendance as one of the conference’s speakers.

Haley Cothern, a Master of Health Administration student and one of the conference volunteers, said the experience allowed her to gain a broader view of the important topics in the…

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