Programs

The Department of Health Policy & Management (HPM) conducts several professional non-degree and executive education programs which are summarized below.

The Health System Simulation

The Health System Simulation is available as a stand-alone workshop, a component of a larger program for individuals and groups working in hospitals and clinical facilities, or as part of custom HPM professional and non-degree program. It has been used as a module in leadership development programs and as training for department chairs, hospital management teams and other providers, and as a public or open workshop program for individual professionals.

CVS: The Health Executive Advanced Leadership (HEAL)

CVS: The Health Executive Advanced Leadership (HEAL) Program delivers a highly focused curriculum that advances professional development and offers a marketplace view of the health care system, carefully targeted to the needs of health plan executives, pharmacy benefit managers, and those engaged in retail activities. Courses in the program are taught by HPM faculty and CVS Health/Aetna leaders who are experts in their fields. Offered currently between March 2023 and March 2024, the course includes three in-person and seven online sessions. The first cohort has enrolled a broad range of executive directors and vice-presidents from 16 states ranging from New York to California and Louisiana to Michigan.

Newyork-Presbyterian Leadership Education & Development for Physicians (LEAD)

HPM faculty expertly navigate the intersection between healthcare delivery, management and policy in the NYP LEAD curriculum. The program provides our physician leaders with the skills they need as they move from clinical practice to executive leadership roles. -  Dr. Steven J. Corwin, President & Chief Executive Officer, NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital 

LEAD: The Leadership Education and Development (LEAD) program at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital (NYP) was launched in 2017 as a partnership between NYP, the Columbia Business School, and HPM. LEAD brings rising-star physicians back into the classroom to receive training in strategic management and health policy. In two, three-day sessions over twelve months, HPM faculty teach content on Healthy Policy, Health Equity, Health Economics, Data Analytics & Decision-Making, Healthcare Payment Systems and Healthcare Marketing. Participants also complete an application project relevant to their department and work as clinicians. Physicians who complete the program are prepared to assume leadership positions within the NYP health system.

Young Presidents Organization: Healthcare Leadership Academy

HPM hosts members of Young Presidents Organization, Inc. (YPO) for a four-day Healthcare Leadership Academy. Developed in collaboration with YPO and HPM Professor and YPO Member Asha Saxena, the Healthcare Leadership Academy provides a unique learning experience with both immediate and long-term impact to YPO members and their organizations. Building on HPM's core expertise in Health Policy, Managerial & Organizational Behavior and Healthcare Quality, participants hear from special guest speakers including John W. Rowe, MD, Donna Lynne, DrPH, and complete a site visit to NewYork-Presbyterian's center for innovation. As a capstone to the four-day program, participants compete with their peers in a Strategic Management Case Competition.

American Chamber of Commerce-China

In collaboration with the Health Human Resources Development Center (HHRDC), the US-China Healthcare Cooperation Program (HCP), the American Chamber of Commerce-China, and the US Trade and Development Agency (USTDA), HPM hosts 30 high-level healthcare managers from China for an intensive, one or two-week training program. Participants represent a wide range of sectors in the Chinese healthcare system including hospitals, government agencies and non-profits.  Classroom sessions focus on strategic management, managerial & organizational behavior, leadership and health IT.  The curriculum provides a window into new technologies and innovation having a positive impact on the US healthcare sector and imparts best practices, and pitfalls to avoid, from around the system. Past programs have included capstones of the Health System Simulation and Case Based Learning Lab.

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