The Population Health Leader Certificate Program combines information, skills and experiences for today’s healthcare leader to accelerate the capacity of your workforce to navigate the complexities of the rapidly changing healthcare environment. This engaging program includes modules that meet your team where they are and allow for the creation of the right strategies to effectively manage costs while enhancing care and the patient experience. Leaders from across the enterprise will be given the knowledge and tools to move the organization’s Population Heath goals forward.
Contact Carol Turchick to develop a custom program designed to meet your specific needs. email@example.com or 513-745-2936
Click here to download a PDF program brochure including an overview, benefits, facilitator information and other program details.
This private program combines expert healthcare faculty from Xavier University’s College of Professional Sciences with XLC’s experienced leaders, delivered in a customized and flexible format. The program is made up of topics that align with organizational gaps within the dynamically changing healthcare climate that may include:
• Leading Population Health Strategies
• Population Identification/ Risk Stratification
• Managing Risk of Populations
• Contract Dissection & What it All Means
• Patient Experience
• Patient Management
• IT: Making Analytics Work for You
• Inter-professional Collaboration
• Motivation Interviewing and Assessing Change Readiness
• Strategic Thinking
• Culture & Change
• Creating Innovative and Sustainable Practices
Xavier Leadership Center is a collaborative partner and will work with you to design a comprehensive leadership program specific to your organization. The program delivery team integrates knowledge with practical application to real issues and opportunities across the organization. This program can be delivered in-person, virtual live stream, or a combination of the two.
For any questions, additional information, or consideration of a private program for your
organization, contact Carol Turchick, 513-745-2936, firstname.lastname@example.org