Chief medical officer for the Philadelphia Department of Behavioral Health and Intellectual Disability Services Sosunmolu Shoyinka, MD, MBA ’17, shares how he applied his business training to solve healthcare challenges and think more strategically about his work.
Shortly after graduating from the Kelley School Physician MBA Program in May 2022, Anuj Goel’s new leadership hoped he could use his new business training and clinical expertise to improve the geriatric psychiatry unit and help it run more efficiently.
While Sam Kim, MD, MBA’18, was accustomed—like all physicians—to keeping up with continuing medical education and the latest research in his field, he began seeing a shift in his practice from delivering medicine to a greater importance on understanding the economics of healthcare.
When the South Korean government prepares its annual financial statements, it relies on accountants with knowledge and experience in both public policy and accounting. This includes Kelley Graduate Accounting Programs alum Sung-Jin Park, MSA ’08, MST ’11.
When Julie Clary went into cardiology, she found that what she enjoyed most was leading teams of specialists and staff who work together to treat patients. She realized she could learn how to lead teams in a more effective way by earning an MBA.
As he neared the end of his nine years of military service as an Air Force neurosurgeon, C.J. Berg, MD, MBA’21, knew he wanted to move into private practice. But after nearly a decade in service, he realized he needed to learn more about the business of traditional healthcare.