The new world of health care payment and reform is no longer looming—it’s here. It will be up to senior physicians, nursing, and administrative leaders/executives to lead their teams through this seismic shift in payment reform, while embracing the challenge to improve care, provide better patient experiences, and deliver more value.
I want to share news about an opportunity that will provide you with the knowledge base to champion this change within your leadership area; challenge the way you think about how we do business, introduce you to new colleagues from outside and within the Hopkins community and accelerate successful health system transition during this wave of reform. Improving Health, Creating Value: Essentials of Transformative Leadership is an innovative, inter-professional executive education program designed and led by Johns Hopkins faculty for busy health care professionals like you.
The program draws on the resources and expertise 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; the Johns Hopkins School of Education and the Carey Business School.
Improving Health, Creating Value: Essentials of Transformative Leadership (ETL), is an advanced leadership development program that offers an extensive look at innovation and leadership, team collaboration and change management using the case method and leadership challenges created by the monumental shift in health care reimbursement and accountability. Tuition is $6,750 per participant and discounts are available for organizations which send more than two participants in a cohort. The program consists of four 2-day in-person inter-professional sessions over six months with group work in between. A 10% discount is available to all JHU, SOM, SON, Carey and BSPH alumni. Special pricing is available for faculty and staff of JHU and JHHS and the program is eligible for JHU tuition remission.
We believe this program will contribute greatly to your continued professional growth and advancement. Hope to see you in class!
David Chin, MD, MBA
Director of Executive Education
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health