The Yale MBA for Executives: Leadership in Healthcare
Educating the next generation of healthcare leaders.
How do entrepreneurs, executives, healthcare and other professionals aspiring to lead change in the healthcare industry become top-performers? It's a question our corporate partners have struggled with, and one that we've devoted a great deal of research and planning to. The result of our efforts is the Leadership in Healthcare program, with its combination of sophisticated management tools and cutting-edge thinking about current and future developments in healthcare. The program combines the Yale School of Management’s MBA curriculum with a dynamic peer student group and a deep concentration on the challenging problems facing healthcare.
For executives and talent development professionals planning for the future of healthcare and the leadership of their organizations, Yale’s Leadership in Healthcare program is the answer to “how to prepare the next generation of healthcare leaders.” Beginning with its mission of “educating leaders for business and society,” its innovative curriculum, its goal to teach students how to apply management tools and instill the value of collaboration, communication and accountability in tackling the hard problems that matter, Yale students emerge ready to lead.
Key benefits for you as an employer include:
- School of Management’s MBA curriculum with its integrated core curriculum and use of “raw” cases to reinforce integrated thinking and decisionmaking.
- A student body of entrepreneurs, executives, healthcare and other professionals who aspire to lead change in healthcare.
- Close programmatic and intellectual connection to Yale University and all its professional schools.
- The ability to maintain full-time responsibilities while attending class on alternating Friday/Saturday weekends.
- One-to- one interaction with faculty, visiting scholars, and industry leaders.
We regularly meet with organizations’ leadership who want to learn more about how Yale SOM graduates can help create strategies for their organizations’ most pressing issues. We also hold on- and off-site information sessions for employees, but would be happy to conduct information sessions at your organization. Simply contact us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call our office at 203-432-4649.
Leadership in Healthcare Employers
Many organizations have already invested in preparing their next generation of organizational leaders. Our students and alumni represent respected healthcare employers from all over the country. A representation of those organizations includes:
|Aetna, Inc. ||Knowledge Management Inc. |
|Boehringer Ingelheim ||Magellan Health Services |
|Beth Israel Medical Center ||Medtronic |
|Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia ||Novartis |
|Cleveland Clinic Foundation ||Pfizer |
|Clinton Foundation HIV/AIDS Initiative ||Putnam Associates |
|Coastal Radiology PLLC ||Roswell Park Cancer Institute |
|Covidien ||Saratoga Vitreo-Retinal Ophthalmology PLLC |
|DDB Remedy ||Stony Brook University Medical Center |
|Ethicon Endo-Surgery Inc (Johnson & Johnson) ||United Healthcare |
|Forest Laboratories ||Vitreo-Retinal Center, PSC |
|Greenwich Hospital ||Vertex Pharmaceuticals |
|Hartford Financial Services Group, Inc. ||Wellpoint |
|Harvard Medical Faculty Physicians at BIDMC ||Wingu LLC |
|Harvard Pilgrim Health Care ||Yale University School of Medicine |
|Harvard Street Neighborhood Health Center ||Yale-New Haven Hospital |
|Infosys Technologies LTD || United States Army |