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Leading Transformation for Value-based Health Care

Leading Transformation for Value-based Health Care

Program Overview
  • Application Deadline: December 4, 2020
  • Course Schedule:
    January 12 - June 9, 2021
    • Kick-off week: Tuesday morning, January 12 through Thursday afternoon, January 14, 2021
    • Wednesday evening webinars:
      • January 27, 2021
      • February 3, 10, 17 & 24, 2021
      • March 3, 10., 17, 24 & 31, 2021
      • April 7, 14, 21 & 28, 2021
      • May 5, 12, 19 & 26, 2021
      • June 2, 2021
    • Graduation & Capstone: Wednesday, June 9, 2021

"It really brings the expertise from four different schools, from The School of Medicine, The School of Nursing, the Carey Business School and the Bloomberg School of Public Health. That kind of breadth and depth of knowledge that is embedded in those four schools is really something that I don’t believe is matched around the country."

Bill Baumgartner, MD
Former SVP, Office of Physicians
Johns Hopkins Medicine

What Makes This Leadership Development Program So Unique?

The comprehensive content taught by experts in hands-on, engaging workshops ranges from:

  • core concepts in directing teams
  • successful negotiating
  • building trust to the basics of risk analytics
  • behavioral economics and emotional intelligence
  • the latest healthcare IT systems, as well as all facets of value-based care are explored

Everything developing leaders need to thrive in the current environment of constant change is covered. The program structure of short, in-person beginning, middle and end onsite collaboration combined with web-based lectures respects the busy schedules of health care executives, while delivering unique value to the participants' professional growth.

This is a long-term journey, so you’ve got to put in place, from a management perspective, that understanding and commitment.  You’ve got to build your leadership capabilities, as well as build your bench strength 

Patricia MC Brown, JD
Former SVP, Managed Care and Population Health
Johns Hopkins Medicine