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Leading Transformation for Value-based Health Care

Leading Transformation for Value‑based Health Care

"It will require a team to take care of a population because a doctor doesn’t have the ability to go directly out from his or her office out to the community."

David Chin, MD, MBA - 

Program Overview
  • Application Deadline: December 1, 2017
  • Course Schedule:
    January 8 - June 14, 2018
    • Kick-off week: Monday morning, January 8 through Friday afternoon, January 12, 2018
    • Monday evening webinars: January 22, February 5 and 19, March 5 and 19, April 23, and May 14, 2018
    • Middle intensive week: Monday, April 2, through Friday, April 6, 2018
    • Alumni Reception: April 3, 2018
    • June Capstone: Tuesday, June 12 through Thursday, June 14, 2018
    • Longitudal, experiential, inter-professional, team-based projects at the sponsoring organizations begin in February 2018 with capstone in June 2018

We’ve created a blueprint for transforming health systems for Accountable Care that is unmatched. Leveraging the assets of the nation’s #1 Schools of Public Health and Nursing, Johns Hopkins Medicine, with its renowned School of Medicine and one of the nation’s top hospitals, and the Carey Business School, this program will enable health care executives to lead the change to accountable care.

With the implementation of the Affordable Care Act, health system success will depend increasingly on moving away from the current fragmented fee for service acute care model to one based on integrated accountability for the health of populations at a predictable cost. Health system executives with the tools and skills to lead this fundamental change will be the keys to a successful transition. A central tenet is that to be successful in this new model, organizations must train and involve the talent and knowledge of physicians, nurses, managers, and other health professionals to manage health improvement and cost collaboratively across the continuum of care.


This program will accelerate successful health system transition to accountable care by developing a cadre of leaders with the tools to lead and manage in this important new area under health reform.

Program Structure

The Executive Education program is a non-academic program designed to accommodate busy executive schedules.  The program is comprised of one week of “boot camp” in mid-January; one intensive week in the middle (usually March/April); five months of experiential learning in team projects at the executive(s)’ home organization combined with web-based synchronous and asynchronous lectures; and a 3 day summation experience in mid-June with capstone presentations of their projects to their sponsors and peers.

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“We value the science behind innovation, we value the creation of evidence and applying all that discipline to this new world we think is critically important; We can pilot a lot of things, applying the evidence based approach to this new question around how do you optimize the delivery of care.”

- Patty Brown, JD, President Johns Hopkins HealthCare LLC, Senior Vice President, Johns Hopkins Medicine Managed Care & Population Health