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Improve Clinical Care in your Organization

Program Faculty, Brent James, MD, MStat, discusses the skills every successful clinician needs.

If you’re a physician, clinical team member, or administrator responsible for managing care and are unhappy with the how things currently stand in your organization but are unsure of how to make and sustain positive changes, this program is for you.

This intensive four-month program will give you the skills and tools needed to lead clinical change in today’s value-based care models. Learn how to build a strategy centered around high-quality care that can lead to better outcomes for patients and staff, increased team engagement, and a collaborative clinical culture.

Join other clinicians and expert faculty for this new program and get the skills and tools needed to:

  • Successfully lead clinical practice improvement projects
  • Use Quality Improvement (QI) methods to manage, understand, and problem solve clinical processes
  • Make and sustain clinical improvements
  • Build leadership capability

What you'll learn

Throughout four in-person sessions over four months, you'll learn about:

  • Using data for improvement
  • Clinical cost accounting
  • Culture change
  • Principles of clinical QI
  • Leadership skills and behaviors

View the full program agenda here

​Who Should Attend

This professional development program is for physcians, nurses, and other clinical staff, who are already in or aspiring to be in a leadership role and are interested in improving clinical practice.

It's perfect for those who need to improve outcomes through evidence-based change ideas and scientific problem-solving with cross-functional teams.

As part of this program participants must select, charter, and execute an improvement project from their organization.