HEALTH CARE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM
The objective of the Health Care Management Program is to challenge the participants with management situations and problems that they may not have encountered in their regular job experience. The course is not for credit nor is it sponsored by the Harvard Business School. It is simply an opportunity to learn in a local, non-competitive environment.
The course covers many of the subjects of a one-week Executive Education program, but without the travel. The students will explore several aspects of health care management and how hospitals and other organizations cope with the issues and opportunities.
The case discussion process allows the participants to practice coping with new, often unfamiliar and ill defined situations.
In a sense, it is a broadening of one’s experience in a very short time.
The following are possible subject areas for the Health Care Management cases:
Accounting and Finance
Strategy and Business Model
The case discussion moderators are all graduates of the Managing Health Care Delivery Program at the Harvard Business School, and hold key management positions in Buffalo area hospitals.
Classes start on Wednesday, October 25 and continue for four weeks.
The sessions run from 5:30 to 8:30 PM.
There are no educational or management experience requirements for admission. However, to gain the full value of the program, the applicant should have the reading speed and time to cover 30 to 75 pages of case work and articles each week. In addition, the analysis of the cases often requires the use of basic math skills.
The fee for the program is $350. This includes all cases, and article reprints. Each participant will be given an invoice for their organization.
To apply for enrollment in our next session,
click the “Health Care Application” link.