Tuesday, January 11, 2011

Wharton Executive Education Health Care Programs

Wharton offers 3 unique executive education programs through it "Industry Associations: Health Care Programs"

* Wharton/DePuy The Surgeon Executive: Strategic Management for the High-Performing Practice
* Wharton/Windhover Program for Pharmaceutical and Biotech Executives
* Wharton Nursing Leaders Program

Here's more information about each program:

Wharton/DePuy The Surgeon Executive: Strategic Management for the High-Performing Practice:
This three-day workshop is designed for orthopedic surgeons, neurosurgeons, IR/INR or sports medicine physicians in private practice who want a better understanding of current issues in managing a surgical practice. This program will help you to focus on developing business management skills related to such issues as:
* Strategy Under Uncertainty
* Value Creation: Relationship Between Finance and Strategy
* Foundations in Finance
* Marketing Strategy: Segmentation and Positioning
* Capital Budgeting: Leasing vs. Buying
* Developing a Marketing Plan
Wharton/Windhover Program for Pharmaceutical and Biotech Executives:
The Wharton/Windhover Program gives current and future industry leaders insight into the changes and challenges of each key area of the business. Taught by CEOs, top researchers and drug developers, senior marketing executives, policy and pricing experts, industry deal-makers, and Wharton faculty, the course will give you broad perspectives and practical tools. Faculty discuss the management implications of the new techniques of drug discovery, marketing and pricing in the current environment, financial evaluation and deals, and mergers and alliances.
Wharton Nursing Leaders Program:
The primary focus of this program is to assist nursing leaders in the effective management and implementation of strategic and tactical plans. As nursing leaders move upward in the organization, the decisions, the issues, and the projects become increasingly complex and multifunctional. The program content is specifically designed to address this complexity and includes identifying the key stakeholders and influencing their behavior, learning to manage resources, and knowing when to terminate a task force or project. Small group work is used to enhance the opportunities for learning and applying the lessons from the classroom. Faculty members participating in the Wharton Nursing Leaders Program have been chosen not only for their expertise in a particular content area but also their vast experience working with senior clinician executives.
Learn more here.

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