The demands you face as a healthcare executive are continually growing. Adopting population health strategies presents challenges to running your own organization, while at the same time you may be asked to partner with others to address the social needs of your community. The initiatives you undertake to enhance community health may require changes in healthcare delivery. You may also find yourself leading a community healthcare program.
This interactive seminar will help prepare you to lead your organization in its new role as a steward of health, and it will provide the foundation for designing and adapting to a community-oriented healthcare model.
- How to apply the key principles of a relationship-building model to create sustainable and strategic collaborations with partners outside of the healthcare system
- Leadership competencies to move your organization forward as a meaningful steward of health
- The essential elements of a socially-responsible healthcare system
- Ways to develop and unify your organization's role within a community-based, public healthcare model using the collective impact framework, which is a process for solving problems through structured collaboration
Faculty leader Mark J. Bittle, DrPH, FACHE, associate scientist, health policy and management, and associate director, master of health administration program, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, and executive scholar in residence, Johns Hopkins Carey Business School, and retired healthcare executive, will lead participants in exploring evidence-based strategies for developing and implementing a community-oriented healthcare model.
To familiarize yourself with this face-to-face seminar, you may purchase a 90-minute webinar recording on this topic. After viewing the webinar recording, participation of 1.5 ACHE Qualified Education CEUs can be self-reported on your “My ACHE” page. Click HERE to purchase the webinar recording.
Who Should Attend
- CEO, COO, CFO, Senior Executives, Department Heads/Directors, Clinical Executives (Physicians/Nurses), Managers