If you are a medical student, resident, or fellow, have you considered an Operations Integration Administrative Residency, Internship, or Fellowship? Johns Hopkins University has a unique program that may be of interest to you. Here are some of the details:
The residency experience at the Johns Hopkins Health System’s Department of Operations Integration is a matchless opportunity. The focus of the residency program includes projects to conceive and implement the healthcare delivery model of the future; designing and applying patient-centered best practices; and the integration of safety, quality improvement, and innovative technologies in hospital and health system design and administration.
The combination of four acute care hospitals, multiple ambulatory care programs, a homecare practice, a managed care contracting entity, and several physician/academic group practices offers qualified applicants an opportunity to gain valuable work experience in a variety of healthcare delivery and support settings. Residents work closely with executive leadership, senior clinical, non-clinical, and financial administrators, physicians and nurses to conceive and implement plans and procedures for patient care, business improvement, and program development.
JHHS Operations Integration offers unparalleled leadership opportunities to our residents. Residents expand their skills by leading and collaborating on new ventures, leading and working on teams, and focusing on the fundamentals of project management.
Learn more about the Operations Integration Administrative Residency here.
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