Kimberly MacPherson MPH, MBA

Kimberly MacPherson

Faculty Director, MPH and MPH/MBA Program
Health Policy and Management

  • Co-Director Berkeley Center for Health Technology
  • Executive Director Health Management, Haas School of Business

Kimberly MacPherson is the Faculty Program Director and a Lecturer in the Health Policy and Management faculty group at the U.C. Berkeley School of Public Health. She is also on the faculty of the Haas School of Business

Kimberly MacPherson, MBA, MPH is the Faculty Program Director and a Lecturer in the Health Policy and Management faculty group at the U.C. Berkeley School of Public Health. She also has a faculty appointment in the MBA and EWMBA programs at the Haas School of Business and is the Executive Director of Health Management.  Ms. MacPherson serves as Co-Director for the Berkeley Center for Health Technology with Dr. James Robinson. At BCHT, she engages in access and adoption of both biomedical and digital health innovation. Ms. MacPherson serves as a Member of the Board of Trustees for St. Francis Memorial Hospital (part of Dignity Health) in San Francisco. Ms. MacPherson holds an MBA from the Haas School of Business at U.C. Berkeley and an MPH from the School of Public Health at U.C. Berkeley. She also holds degrees in both Organizational Behavior and in Psychology from U.C. Davis.

  • MBA – Haas School of Business, UC Berkeley, 1994
  • MPH – Health Policy & Management, UC Berkeley, 1994
  • BA – Psychology and Organizational Sciences, UC Davis, 1988
  • Digital Health and Emerging Innovation
  • Policy and Management of Biomedical Innovation
  • Health Care Reform and Market Response
  • Health Care Strategy and Finance
  • PH 223D: Foundations of Health Policy and Management
  • PH223C: Healthcare Strategy
  • PH 223E: Capstone Course in Health Policy and Management
  • PH W227A: Health Care Finance (online MPH)
  • PH 297: PH Field Study
  • MBA 297A: Healthcare in the 21st Century
  • MBA 296: Trends in BioTech/Pharma
  • MBA 296: Unlocking Digital Health Innovation