Curriculum

The Master’s in Health Care Delivery Leadership will provide opportunities for participants to further develop and refine the following professional attributes that are critical to success in health care delivery environments:

  • Lead in appraising models and crafting strategies that guide health care organizations toward successful adoption of, and adaptation to, changes in policy and management

  • Be critical consumers of the major literature(s) on health care delivery and its reform, with the ability to judge the quality of prominent proposals for innovation in health care systems, and a capacity to discern challenges in the translation of theories into practice

  • Know how to access, interpret, and apply reliable evidence from multiple sources, both qualitative and quantitative, to organizational problem solving

  • Analyze the larger environments (political, financial, competitive, and global) of health care organizations and assess the influence of external developments for organizations in which they have, or aspire to have, leadership roles

  • Bridge, both conceptually and institutionally, the worlds of clinical care medicine and population-based health improvements

The program curriculum focuses on developing the following competencies which are vital to effective leadership in health care delivery:

  • Personal Leadership Development

  • Technical and Substantive Knowledge

  • Conceptual Reasoning

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