The Master of Health Sciences in Clinical Leadership (MHS-CL) is offering for faculty/staff two courses for the upcoming fall term, August – November 2017. The courses focus on better understanding population health models of care and leading in complex health care environments – valuables skills to have in today’s ever-changing health care environment. Duke students/trainees are encouraged to apply as well if the topics are of interest to them.
Fall Course descriptions:
CLP-214: Population Health Management Approaches
This survey course provides an overview of the importance of population health, models of population health management, community and population health improvement, and considerations for evaluation of these efforts. It will give health care professionals a better understanding of concepts such as panel management, care coordination, practice improvement, accountable care communities, and patient/stakeholder engagement along with the systems and tools necessary to develop those models. Participants are encouraged to share population health improvement ideas in order to receive consultation in developing and implementing those initiatives.
CLP-204: Leading in a Chaotic Environment
In this course, students will examine outlooks on crisis management in turbulent and complex environments and learn how to anticipate and plan for crises by analyzing examples of successful crisis management. The study of leadership theory and practice will also be explored as students examine leadership types and styles, including their own
More details about course directors, learning objectives and how to apply can be found here.