Pitt Public Health students compete, Roman wins prize in Robbins Case Competition

The 4th Annual Robbins Case Competition in Healthcare Management is a forum for master’s-level students to participate in a national case competition in healthcare management with a distinct financial/quantitative emphasis. EVAN ROMAN (HPM '19) CHANDLER CAUFIELD (HPM '20), and JUSTIN TAYLOR (HPM '20) competed as a team in this year's competition. 

By participating in this competition, students receive national recognition, networking with healthcare industry professionals, and opportunities to gain internships/residencies and future employment opportunities.  

One of the team members, Evan Roman, won an individual award for "Best Q&A". Upon graduation in April, he will be doing an administrative fellowship with the University of Pennsylvania Health System (Penn Medicine).

The other two members, Justin Taylor and Chandler Caufield, will be eligible to return next year to compete again. Student observer, Jordan McBride (HPM '21), will also be on the team next year.


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