Thanks so much for your advice. My father is a CPA and I worked at his office for a few years---so I'm also about return in investment as well. I did get into the UW, which is why I'm keeping it as one of my top options, but I am also really interested in Johns Hopkins program, as well as Dukes.
The logical part of my brain is saying "stay here and go to UW" bc I already am a resident, it's a really good program, and the cost would be cheaper. However the adventurous part of my brain is saying "go out east!" bc I would like to experience a different part of the country, both of those programs are geared towards global health (RPCVS and medical spanish pathway), and are both excellent programs. At this point, it all comes down to the financial aid packets, so I'm waiting to hear back from all my schools. The difference between UW vs Duke and JHU is that UW is a public school so doesn't give away a lot of scholarships whereas JHU and Duke have big endowments, so provide more financial assistance to students....so in the end, both of those schools could be cheaper than UW.
Good luck with your programs as well! Your career experience as a CPA will help you a lot in the healthcare world :-D