For almost 80 years, the Georgia Tech Research Institute has been building a reputation as one of the world's premier applied research and development organizations. Each day, GTRI's science and engineering expertise is used to solve some of the toughest problems facing government and industry across the nation and around the globe. A non-profit research institute, GTRI teams with its customers to attack their problems with passion and objectivity. In FY 2013, GTRI conducted more than $305 million in sponsored research for government and industry. Our nearly 1,800 expert scientists, engineers, and support staff turn ideas into workable solutions and then put those solutions into action.
The Georgia State University’s Institute of Health Administration provides quality graduate programs for education, research and career development in healthcare administration and management. The Robinson College of Business’ MBA programs are consistently top-ranked and the MHA is also nationally ranked. Our CAHME-accredited MBA/MHA and other degree programs produce qualified healthcare management professionals sought after by the healthcare industry.
We understand that the future of the health care industry is uncertain, and we can deliver powerful and practical solutions to help our members succeed. We do this by offering a broad range of performance improvement needs. From operational and financial to supply chain and clinical, VHA Georgia helps its members improve and perform more effectively by providing a collaborative, non-competitive environment that facilitates information exchange and knowledge sharing.