The face of global health care is constantly changing, with technological innovations, new treatments, new regulations, and new types of organizations arising almost daily. In addition to negotiating the day-to-day demands of a busy and complex organization, health care executives must also be able to evaluate and understand the impact of alternative care delivery models.
Led by Harvard Business School (HBS) faculty, Leading High-Performance Health Care Organizations, now being offered in Paris, exposes senior health care leaders to new models and strategies for enhancing the performance of their organization. Presented by HBS Executive Education in partnership with the HBS Health Care Initiative, this leadership development program examines and compares organizational practices both within and outside the health care industry and offers insights into how leaders can maximize effectiveness and improve value within a dynamic and competitive health care environment.
Immersed in this intensive learning experience, you will examine innovative strategies and best practices for competing successfully in today's global health care arena. You will leave the program ready to overcome barriers to change and improve the overall performance of your organization.
Through global case studies, classroom exercises, and small group discussions, the program examines the best practices of innovative health care administrators and other industry leaders. You will explore how to deliver superior value, achieve organizational excellence, and implement alternative delivery models.
Leading High-Performance Health Care Organizations is designed for senior executives of large established health care organizations, including providers, insurers, service providers, information suppliers, and others who support care delivery. The program is appropriate for not-for-profit and for-profit organizations around the world.
Established in 2005, the HBS Health Care Initiative (HCI) serves as a gateway for health care research, educational programs, and collaboration. Priority is placed on applying the best principles of management, entrepreneurship, and innovation to help reshape this complex industry. The HCI engages with faculty, students, alumni, Executive Education participants, and many other parts of Harvard University. Through this powerful alliance of key stakeholders, HBS aims to educate leaders who will make an immediate and lasting impact by developing business models that offer the hope of improved outcomes, reduced costs, and enhanced services. For more information about related activities at Harvard Business School, please visit the Health Care Initiative website.
Programs, dates, fees, and faculty are subject to change.
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