Bringing together senior clinical and financial leaders from health care organizations around the world, this program examines how to transform health care delivery by moving toward better models for outcome and cost measurement. During this practical and immersive learning experience, you will explore ways to improve value for patients by reorganizing and coordinating care, improving process efficiencies, reducing costs while improving outcomes, implementing new reimbursement approaches, and deploying value-based bundled payments.

What You Can Expect

This leadership development program focuses on the role of value measurement as part of a strategic agenda to transform quality and cost in health care. Other management challenges covered in the program include organizing integrated practice units around patient medical conditions, moving to value-based bundled prices for care cycles, integrating care delivery across facilities, coordinating care with health care partners, managing reimbursement challenges and payment schedules, and implementing a value measurement system.

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This leadership development program focuses on the role of value measurement as part of a strategic agenda to transform quality and cost in health care. Other management challenges covered in the program include organizing integrated practice units around patient medical conditions, moving to value-based bundled prices for care cycles, integrating care delivery across facilities, coordinating care with health care partners, managing reimbursement challenges and payment schedules, and implementing a value measurement system.

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Your Course of Study

Value Measurement for Health Care examines how the rigorous measurement of outcomes and costs can enable systematic improvement in the care delivery process. Through dynamic classroom discussions and real-world case studies of innovative health care practices in action, you will gain valuable insights that can be applied throughout your organization to improve patient outcomes and lower delivery costs.

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Value Measurement for Health Care examines how the rigorous measurement of outcomes and costs can enable systematic improvement in the care delivery process. Through dynamic classroom discussions and real-world case studies of innovative health care practices in action, you will gain valuable insights that can be applied throughout your organization to improve patient outcomes and lower delivery costs.

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Who Is Right for the Program

With a focus on the measurement and implementation of value-based health care, this program is relevant to leaders from a diverse range of backgrounds and professional levels. Participants include, but are not limited to, senior clinical leaders who oversee health care delivery; financial executives responsible for cost management at large established health care delivery organizations; senior executives in payor organizations, government agencies, and supplier companies or startups; executives from pharmaceutical and medical device companies; leaders from large organizations that provide health care to employees or customers; and others who are interested in health care delivery or value measurement. Professionals of all levels are encouraged to apply.

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With a focus on the measurement and implementation of value-based health care, this program is relevant to leaders from a diverse range of backgrounds and professional levels. Participants include, but are not limited to, senior clinical leaders who oversee health care delivery; financial executives responsible for cost management at large established health care delivery organizations; senior executives in payor organizations, government agencies, and supplier companies or startups; executives from pharmaceutical and medical device companies; leaders from large organizations that provide health care to employees or customers; and others who are interested in health care delivery or value measurement. Professionals of all levels are encouraged to apply.

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Every Harvard Business School Executive Education program is developed and taught by HBS faculty who are widely recognized as skilled educators, groundbreaking researchers, and award-winning authors. Through publishing, consulting, and teaching, HBS faculty leverage their business expertise and field-based research to develop enduring concepts that shape the practice of management. The result is an Executive Education teaching team whose groundbreaking insights challenge participants' thinking and enable them to become superior business leaders.

Faculty Cochair
Senior Fellow, Marvin Bower Professor of Leadership Development, Emeritus. Member of the Accounting and Management Unit; and faculty cochair of "Risk Management for Corporate Leaders: From Compliance to Competitive Advantage" and faculty cochair of "Driving Corporate Performance: Aligning Scorecards, Systems, and Strategy" and "Value Measurement for Health Care." Read Full Bio
Faculty Cochair
Professor Porter is the leading authority on strategy and competitiveness. The author of numerous articles and books, including Competitive Strategy, Competitive Advantage, and The Competitive Advantage of Nations, his work influences chief executive officers and government leaders throughout the world.
Bishop William Lawrence University Professor. Member of the Strategy Unit; and director of the Institute for Strategy and Competitiveness. Faculty chair of "Creating Shared Value" and "Strategy for Health Care Delivery"; and faculty cochair of "Value Measurement for Health Care." Read Full Bio

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Every Harvard Business School Executive Education program is developed and taught by HBS faculty who are widely recognized as skilled educators, groundbreaking researchers, and award-winning authors. Through publishing, consulting, and teaching, HBS faculty leverage their business expertise and field-based research to develop enduring concepts that shape the practice of management. The result is an Executive Education teaching team whose groundbreaking insights challenge participants' thinking and enable them to become superior business leaders.

Robert S. Kaplan

Faculty Cochair
Senior Fellow, Marvin Bower Professor of Leadership Development, Emeritus. Member of the Accounting and Management Unit; and faculty cochair of "Risk Management for Corporate Leaders: From Compliance to Competitive Advantage" and faculty cochair of "Driving Corporate Performance: Aligning Scorecards, Systems, and Strategy" and "Value Measurement for Health Care."

Michael E. Porter

Faculty Cochair
Bishop William Lawrence University Professor. Member of the Strategy Unit; and director of the Institute for Strategy and Competitiveness. Faculty chair of "Creating Shared Value" and "Strategy for Health Care Delivery"; and faculty cochair of "Value Measurement for Health Care."

Professor Porter is the leading authority on strategy and competitiveness. The author of numerous articles and books, including Competitive Strategy, Competitive Advantage, and The Competitive Advantage of Nations, his work influences chief executive officers and government leaders throughout the world.  Read Full Bio

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Admissions

The Admissions Committee meets monthly, and admits qualified candidates on a rolling, space available basis. Early application is strongly encouraged. Although there are no formal educational requirements, proficiency in written and spoken English is essential. Because Executive Education programs enhance the leadership capacity of the participants as well as their organizations, HBS expects the full commitment of both.

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The Admissions Committee meets monthly, and admits qualified candidates on a rolling, space available basis. Early application is strongly encouraged. Although there are no formal educational requirements, proficiency in written and spoken English is essential. Because Executive Education programs enhance the leadership capacity of the participants as well as their organizations, HBS expects the full commitment of both.

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Programs, dates, fees, and faculty are subject to change.

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