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Fees & Enrollment

Enrollment Fees

Regular Rate:   $549 per person
​Full Academic Scholarships Available

Full- and part-time university students (2 or more classes), residents, and full-time professors and deans are eligible for free access to the course.

Need-based Scholarships and special discounts available

IHI is pleased to offer a limited amount of funding for need-based scholarships and special discounts. To apply, please complete the online Scholarship and Special Discount Application. 
Need-based scholarships - help offset the training fee in cases of financial hardship. IHI also provides funding to allow for special discounts. 
Special Discounts - a limited number of 50 percent discounts are provided for this program for employees of:
  • Independent, United States Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs) that are not affiliated with a hospital or health system
  • Critical Access Hospitals
  • Independent practices with fewer than 20 physicians
  • Hospitals with fewer than 50 beds
  • Members of the America's Essential Hospitals (formerly NAPH)
To Apply
For the above scholarships and special discounts, complete the online Scholarship and Special Discount Application.


Ca​ncellations, Substitutions, and Refunds:
Full registration fees are refundable if a written request is submitted to on or before February 15, 2018. If you are entitled to a refund, expect the refund within 30 days. All refunds will be issued back to the original payment type. Registrations and cancellations received after February 15, 2018, are not refundable. One attendee may be substituted for another at any time by calling our Customer Service team at 617-301-4800

​Unconditional Guarantee:
If for any reason you are not completely satisfied that this program is a valuable experience, IHI will gladly refund your enrollment fee within 30 days of the program end date. Please note that due to unforeseeable circumstances, last-minute changes in program titles, speakers, or presentations may be unavoidable.