Who Is Right for the Program
This program is designed for individuals of large established health care delivery organizations with more than 10 years of experience in either clinical or nonclinical roles.
Typical participants include physician chiefs and subspecialty chiefs, nursing officers, and leaders from physician network organizations, as well as senior vice presidents, vice presidents, and executives across a range of functional areas in health care delivery organizations. In previous sessions of this program, approximately 40 percent of the participants have been clinicians.
Throughout the nine-month program, you will spend substantial time developing and applying strategies that address your organization's challenges around managing performance and innovation. With that in mind, HBS encourages teams of executives and individuals from the same organization to apply.
A limited number of scholarships are available for the Managing Health Care Delivery program. Preference will be given to groups of three or more from a single organization. For more scholarship information, please contact Healthcare_Initiative@hbs.edu.
Organizations That Have Sent Multiple Participants Include:
Boston Children's Hospital
Brigham and Women's Hospital
Bronx Lebanon Hospital
Christiana Care Health Services
Cleveland Clinic Health System
Conclina C.A. Hospital Metropolitano
Equipe Zorgbedrijven Nederland
Hinduja Hospital (India)
Hygeia Nigeria Limited (Nigeria)
Niagara Falls Memorial Medical Center
Ochsner Health System
Roswell Park Cancer Institute
Salud Digna para Todos (Mexico)
"This program provided me with global perspectives. The various discussions illuminated scenarios, challenges, solutions, and opportunities that are relevant to my organization. I found the small group discussions to be particularly valuable as we exchanged ideas and challenged each other's assumptions about different management principles."
Musaed Abrahams [HIV Training Coordinator], Médecins Sans Frontières (Doctors without Borders), Cape Town, South Africa