Meet our Masters in Healthcare Administration Faculty

DeVida Rembert, D.H.A.

DeVida Rembert

DeVida Rembert

Associate Professor

B.A. Arcadia University
M.B.A. University of Phoenix
D.H.A. University of Phoenix

Subject Areas: Business

Dr. DeVida J. Rembert, aka "Dr. De," is part of the Graduate Studies of Healthcare Administration at Peirce College and has over three decades of experience in the healthcare industry and nearly six years of experience in academia.

While employed as a healthcare professional at The Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania (now Penn Medicine), she attended college at night. She obtained her undergraduate degree in Healthcare Administration at Beaver College in Glenside Pennsylvania. Dr. De gained knowledge and insight of the importance of effective, efficient and equitable healthcare delivery, and that access to healthcare, quality and accurate diagnostic findings is critical in delivering effective care to individuals.

In 2000, she enhanced her professional skills at The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) as the Director of Radiology Informatics and Research Business Manager. During Dr. De's tenure at CHOP, while working full time, she accomplished a Master's Degree in Healthcare Business, online. And in pursuit of her academia goals, she recently completed a Doctoral Degree in Health Administration at the University of Phoenix.

Dr. De's personal goal is to enable her students to leave their courses with an enhanced healthcare administration portfolio as well as personal branding tools to secure or maintain a position as a healthcare professional, graduate and ultimately doctorate student.

Contact DeVida Rembert, D.H.A.: drembert@peirce.edu

    In the Masters of Science in Healthcare Administration (MSHCA) program, the faculty's primary goal is to prepare healthcare practitioners for leadership roles in various sectors of the industry. Our professors guide our students through the utilization of a variety of skills to implement an organizational improvement and change initiative within a healthcare organization and to conduct action research on best practices in healthcare administration.

    When introducing you to the program, the faculty will enable you to develop and understanding of the history of the United States' healthcare system and how it has evolved in theory and practice through economic, financial and regulatory challenges. You'll learn the moral values and ethical principles applicable to complex healthcare organizations and glean a comprehensive understanding of the bioethical and socio-ethical issues of the current day and historical periods. Because contemporary systems are so complex and varied you'll also be taught lessons on healthcare law and compliance to better understand the unique challenges of emerging innovative models of healthcare delivery.

    Because this is a masters-level program, our MSHCA faculty will offer lessons on how to perform as a leader in the healthcare field, imparting in you crucial knowledge about the cultural and technological diversities you'll encounter as a manager in the field.

    Your final coursework includes a faculty-guided virtual healthcare environment with patient flow, from which you will walk away with the knowledge of how to provide detailed analytics for generating effective, safe and quality healthcare improvement. In your capstone, the Healthcare Administration faculty will have you demonstrate your comprehensive understanding of healthcare practices and theories with respect to leadership, research, planning and process implementation.

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