NEW EXECUTIVE PROGRAM FOR HEALTHCARE LEADERS
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The upcoming elections and the Supreme Court’s decision to uphold the
Affordable Care Act are expected to have a sweeping impact on healthcare
delivery systems across the United States. For healthcare leaders,
effectively navigating these changes requires an in-depth understanding
of how legislative policies will affect the way healthcare is delivered,
reimbursed, and managed.
Rigorous and evidence-based, Shaping Healthcare Delivery Policy: Understanding the Challenges, Managing the Change
explores current challenges and opportunities, and provides insights
into the trends that are shaping the future of healthcare policy and
delivery. Led by an unprecedented group of healthcare experts and
practitioners, this innovative program will provide you with a roadmap
for delivering better healthcare amidst today’s dynamic healthcare
Visit the program application page to apply, or sign up for the program mailing list to receive more information.
Click here to view the week-long schedule.
new revenue dynamics including innovative payment models and the latest
challenges and opportunities in Medicaid and Medicare.
the latest developments in healthcare, including new healthcare
delivery and operational systems, recent policy and regulation changes.
into real-world case studies that highlight effective approaches to
change and performance management in healthcare settings.
new approaches to leadership and emerge with a roadmap for managing
high-cost cases, aligning incentives, and delivering innovative care.
Director of Health Policy Research at Harvard Kennedy School, and Sheila Burke
, Adjunct Lecturer in Public Policy at Harvard Kennedy School and former member of MedPAC, bring years
of experience and unique perspectives to
the conversation on healthcare. They have assembled an impressive group
of leading practitioners and academic scholars to lead instruction, including Don Berwick
and David Blumenthal
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to view the complete list of faculty.
Faculty are subject to change.