Today’s healthcare environment is fast paced and ever changing. It is more important than ever for doctors, nurses, and administrators to ensure that practices are smooth, efficient, and cost effective. It is just as critical to never lose sight of providing quality patient care. Weatherhead has worked with world-class faculty and industry experts to design classes that build critical competencies for healthcare excellence.
The classes in this series help healthcare professionals build the skills and confidence that make an organization more effective by optimizing both efficiency and patient care.
Coursework for the Certificate:
Certificate is awarded after completion of 4 class days selected from the following courses. In the case of two-day programs, participants should attend both days and these courses will fulfill two (2) of the four (4) class day requirement. A half-day program accounts for a half-day toward the four (4) class day requirement. Certificate requirements should be completed within an 18-month period.
- Managing Change in Healthcare
March 26, 2014
- Financial Tools for Healthcare Managers
June 11, 2014
- Enhancing the Patient Experience for a Competitive Edge
August 12, 2014
- Engaging Physicians and Healthcare Professionals: Tools for Organizational Success
September 9, 2014
- Process Improvement for Healthcare: Yellow Belt Training and Certification
November 20 - 21, 2014
Cost of Certificate:
Corporate Partners: 4 Class Days
(This price includes the healthcare/nonprofit discount.)
To register online for the entire certificate, please select four (4) of the appropriate classes listed above. We will automatically track your progress towards completion of your certificate. Alternatively, you can register by phone at 216.368.6413. You have 18 months to complete any of our leadership, management, or functional knowledge certificates. Also please be aware that a program can only be applied toward the requirements of one certificate.
Receipt of Certificate
Certificates will be automatically produced and sent out to participants who have completed the requirements twice a year. Participants can expect to receive certificates in December/January or June/July after the completion of their courses.
Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.