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Healthcare Change Leadership

3.5/5
  • Developed by Ivy League Professors
  • Group Discussions
  • Scored Projects
  • Self-Assessment activities
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Healthcare Change Leadership
3.5/5
Key Features
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    Developed by Ivy League Professors
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    Group Discussions
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    Scored Projects
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    Self-Assessment activities
  •  Course Duration
    2 months
  •  Next Batch Date
    17th May 2021
165,600*

*Statutory taxes and levies not included. Taxes will be applied on checkout. Rates may vary based on management discretion. Refund policy is not applicable as this course is accredited by a partner institution.

Course Description

Healthcare delivery continues to be in a state of constant change and as a result, today’s healthcare leaders must transform the way their organizations respond to and lead change initiatives. Leaders must not only be able to lead their organizations through change, they must be able to successfully interact with multiple affiliated entities. Professionals need to successfully manage and lead people through change initiatives to transform their entities to meet the demands of tomorrow’s delivery systems. Leaders must be able to master the quantitative and qualitative approach to innovation in the healthcare setting, focusing on the levers of strategy, measurement, leadership, and culture.

In this certificate, professionals will reset their thinking around how best to understand, measure, implement, and lead successful change initiatives. Leaders must also understand the impact that culture has on organizational success. As a result of this certificate students will learn strategies that can impact their confidence, self-efficacy and as a result, their job satisfaction.

The courses in this certificate will equip you to:

  1. Assess and diagnose your existing organizational culture, vision, and shared values
  2. Measure, track, and communicate the results of your change initiatives
  3. Map out the strengths and weaknesses of your industry in order to create a profitable and attractive strategic plan
  4. Devise a strategic plan for your organization based on the existing strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats facing your organization
  5. Identify areas for improvement and potential growth
  6. Identify the precursors to change in the healthcare industry
  7. Know when and how to communicate changes to your employees in order to get maximum buy-in
  8. Develop a change management plan to successfully carry out a change initiative

Eligibility

  • Hospital and healthcare facility administrators
  • VP level and C-suite executives
  • Hospital board members
  • Department directors
  • Healthcare professionals with supervisory, management, or executive-level responsibilities
  • Professionals looking to catalyze change within their healthcare organization and manage the transition
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165,600*

*Statutory taxes and levies not included. Taxes will be applied on checkout. Rates may vary based on management discretion. Refund policy is not applicable as this course is accredited by a partner institution.

Course Outline
Module 1: Changing Organizational Culture in Healthcare
  • Healthcare delivery continues to be in a state of constant change and as a result, today’s healthcare leaders must transform the way their organizations respond to and lead change initiatives. In this course, professionals will “reset” their thinking around how best to understand, measure, implement, and lead successful change initiatives.

    Leaders will assess their current culture, map out the ideal future state, create a business strategy consistent with the organization’s vision and values, and ultimately implement the strategies or business processes needed to affect and support the organizational culture they want.

Module 2: Identifying & Aligning Products, Services & Strategies Throughout a Healthcare Organization
  • Healthcare organizations and the physicians who run them often approach the task of management in much the same way as they approach a patient: they quickly identify symptoms or problems, make a diagnosis or analysis, and develop a treatment plan or solution. While this technique may work when making decisions about day-to-day operations, it’s inadequate for evaluating the overall health of an organization and for making long-term survival plans. Effective strategic planning requires healthcare managers to shift their perspective from being a service organization to being a business.

    This course teaches you several models to help you lay the foundations of a strategic plan based on the existing strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats facing your organization. Ultimately, you will learn how to collect the right data to help you evaluate whether to invest in, discontinue, or develop certain products and services to ensure any strategic plan you devize will be profitable and in alignment with your organization’s mission and vision.

Module 3: How to Build a Strategic Plan for your Healthcare Organization
  • Many medical groups develop strategic plans that are never implemented because the plans did not articulate how to measure progress, did not assign resources to do the work, and did not consider how to report on the goals.

    This course asks you to apply organizational information you’ve gathered using analysis tools such as SWOT, BCG, and Porter’s Five Forces to develop a strategic plan that includes specific details about who, what, when, where, and how to work on each of the agreed-upon strategic goals.

    Ultimately, this course will equip you with the tools to be able to develop a comprehensive strategic plan that involves the right stakeholders and that aligns with your organization’s core mission and values.

Module 4: Leading Change in Healthcare Organizations
  • The American healthcare system is continuously in flux and requires adaptability from those working in the industry. As a leader, it’s also imperative that you make your organizations efficient and safe; improving quality is job number one. This unique balance of priorities requires healthcare leaders to ensure that everyone across the organization is in support of and working towards achieving new initiatives that will secure organization’s competitiveness into the future.

    In this course, you will learn how to prepare your organization for change at the individual, departmental, and organizational level by focusing on communication and the development of a change management plan.

Course Outline
Module 1: Changing Organizational Culture in Healthcare

Healthcare delivery continues to be in a state of constant change and as a result, today’s healthcare leaders must transform the way their organizations respond to and lead change initiatives. In this course, professionals will “reset” their thinking around how best to understand, measure, implement, and lead successful change initiatives.

Leaders will assess their current culture, map out the ideal future state, create a business strategy consistent with the organization’s vision and values, and ultimately implement the strategies or business processes needed to affect and support the organizational culture they want.

Module 2: Identifying & Aligning Products, Services & Strategies Throughout a Healthcare Organization

Healthcare organizations and the physicians who run them often approach the task of management in much the same way as they approach a patient: they quickly identify symptoms or problems, make a diagnosis or analysis, and develop a treatment plan or solution. While this technique may work when making decisions about day-to-day operations, it’s inadequate for evaluating the overall health of an organization and for making long-term survival plans. Effective strategic planning requires healthcare managers to shift their perspective from being a service organization to being a business.

This course teaches you several models to help you lay the foundations of a strategic plan based on the existing strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats facing your organization. Ultimately, you will learn how to collect the right data to help you evaluate whether to invest in, discontinue, or develop certain products and services to ensure any strategic plan you devize will be profitable and in alignment with your organization’s mission and vision.

Module 3: How to Build a Strategic Plan for your Healthcare Organization

Many medical groups develop strategic plans that are never implemented because the plans did not articulate how to measure progress, did not assign resources to do the work, and did not consider how to report on the goals.

This course asks you to apply organizational information you’ve gathered using analysis tools such as SWOT, BCG, and Porter’s Five Forces to develop a strategic plan that includes specific details about who, what, when, where, and how to work on each of the agreed-upon strategic goals.

Ultimately, this course will equip you with the tools to be able to develop a comprehensive strategic plan that involves the right stakeholders and that aligns with your organization’s core mission and values.

Module 4: Leading Change in Healthcare Organizations

The American healthcare system is continuously in flux and requires adaptability from those working in the industry. As a leader, it’s also imperative that you make your organizations efficient and safe; improving quality is job number one. This unique balance of priorities requires healthcare leaders to ensure that everyone across the organization is in support of and working towards achieving new initiatives that will secure organization’s competitiveness into the future.

In this course, you will learn how to prepare your organization for change at the individual, departmental, and organizational level by focusing on communication and the development of a change management plan.

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FAQs
1. Do I access the course through the regular page www.medvarsity.com?

On successful enrollment, your login credentials are provided through eCornell website, you will be using eCornell website www.ecornell.com to access the course and not Medvarsity Course Page.

2. Will Medvarsity be the point of contact for any queries during the course progress?

All communication post Course Activation will be from eCornell and not Medvarsity.
For any queries post activation of course, you can write to [email protected] and they shall revert with appropriate guidance. eCornell Help Desk is staffed Monday through Friday, around the clock (Eastern Time zone).
Prior to Course activation, any queries can be directed to [email protected]. Bravo Team works Monday to Friday Timings : 9:00am to 6:00pm IST; 1 &3 Saturdays Timings – 9:00am to 1:00pm IST.

3. If in any case I'm unable to complete the course due to personal issues, will there be an extension?

There will be no extension of course after course expiry.

4. Can students from across the globe apply for these courses?

Medvarsity is authorized to enroll students from Bangladesh, Pakistan, Srilanka, Afghanistan, Saudi Arabia, UAE, Oman, Bahrain, Iraq, Kenya, Ghana, Nigeria, Tanzania, Myanmar and India.
Students from regions other than the above will need to visit www.ecornell.com inorder to enroll.

5. Are there any prerequisites for enrollment?

As these programs are professional development certificate programs, there are no prerequisites or formal admission processes required for enrollment.

6. Who can apply for this course?

Medical, nursing, and dental professionals involved in delivering clinical care, who hold or who aspire to administrative or managerial responsibilities can enroll in this course.

7. Do eCornell Certificate programs count towards accreditations?

Many of eCornell’s certificate programs count towards professional credits. eCornell has been approved for re-certifications for the following associations:
HRCI – HR Certification Institute (http://www.hrci.org/)
PMI – Project Management Institute (http://www.pmi.org/)

8. What is the mode of delivery/learning for these courses?

All courses in our certificate programs are taught 100% online through eCornell’s online learning management system.
Courses contain learning modules that feature interactive discussions, video / text lectures, quizzes, case studies, course projects, and a variety of online tools to ensure satisfactory understanding of subject matter.

9. Do the courses have a specific start date or can we enroll through the year?

eCornell courses normally start every two weeks. Please speak with one of our Admission Officers now for specific details.

10. Do you provide Installment facility to the aspiring students and how does it work?

Yes, you will be provided with 3 easy Installments and below is the pattern:
First Installment can be paid via CC Avenue, NEFT/RTGS, Cheque/DD at the time of enrollment. Your login credentials will be issued and First Two Modules of the course will be activated upon successful payment clearance.
Your next two Installments PDC’s should be couriered to the below Corporate Office Address:
Block B, II Floor,
Sanali Infopark, LV Prasad Marg,
Jubilee Hills, Park View Enclave,
Hyderabad, Telangana 500034
On successful clearance of Second Installment, your next two modules of the course will be activated.
Similarly on successful clearance of Third Installment, your last module of the course will be activated.

11. Will I get eCornell Certification?

The Business Excellence for Healthcare Professionals course is developed by the Dyson School of Cornell University. On successful completion of all 5 courses the final certificate is issued by Cornell University. All individual courses are certified by eCornell.

12. Will the Certificate be valid globally?

Yes, Cornell University is one of the Ivy League University and is recognized world-wide.

13. Do you support Placement post completion of course?

At this point of time we do not provide placement support to any of our graduates. From time to time, on request from recruiters and based on explicit permission from our students, we may share their contact details.

Next Batch Start Date 17th May 2021

Course Duration

2 months

Accreditation Partner(s)

Available Payment Options

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