The Value-Based Health Care Intensive Seminar is a course offered at Harvard Business School and is taught by Profs. Porter, Kaplan, Teisberg and a team of faculty and health care industry leaders. Through a mix of case study discussions, case protagonist appearances and concept lectures, course participants will develop a thorough understanding of value-based health care principles, including an introduction to outcomes measurement and time-driven activity-based costing. While this program is designed primarily for those in health care delivery organizations, it is also relevant to many other professionals across the industry. Past participants have a background in one or several of the following health care specialty areas: clinical medicine (practitioners and trainees), executive administration/ management, academics/research, government/regulatory, insurance, supplier (e.g. medical device, pharmaceuticals), and professional services. Participants from the U.S. and other countries are invited to apply.
The Intensive Seminar course will be offered online beginning of January 2021. We are currently developing a curriculum that will include synchronous and asynchronous components, which will be strongly rooted in case method technique. Decision-making concerning the structure and duration of the course is ongoing, but we are delighted to receive your application and provide you with updates along the way. As the seminar material is cumulative, participants are required to attend all sessions.
Application deadline: 11:59 pm EDT on Friday, September 4, 2020. Notification by 5 pm EDT on Monday, October 5, 2020.
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