“The Physician MBA teaches you what you don’t learn during medical school. It adds dimension to your decision-making by expanding your understanding of what needs to be considered to arrive at a good decision.”
“We took on three projects with Kelley students because we were beginning our strategic planning, and we wanted smart people thinking about this.” Theresa Patterson, executive director of Gennesaret Free Clinics, discusses the outcomes achieved through consulting projects with Kelley students in the Graduate Certificate in Medical Management. “Having these students invested in and knowledgeable about Gennesaret’s work is so important.”
Josie Gingrich, GCMM’22, learned how to better navigate the business of medicine by earning a Kelley healthcare administration certificate. Learn how she’s applying these principles in medical academia.
As part of their capstone project, students in the Graduate Certificate in Medical Management provided unique insight into a common challenge within clinical pathology labs across the country. Andrea Ligler from the Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine at the IU School of Medicine shares how Kelley students provided unique perspectives in solving an ongoing issue.
When two major Indiana health systems decided to team up to form a joint venture addressing population health needs, they selected Lori Sieboldt, MD, MBA’21, to lead its medical operations. Dr. Sieboldt shares how she leaned on change management and leadership skills gained during the Physician MBA Program.
Physicians discuss how the Operations Analysis and Process Improvement course in the Physician MBA Program has helped them lead change at their organizations. Projects in this course have resulted in $39.65 million dollars in revenue generated, cost savings and opportunity generation by improving healthcare operations.
“What we’re doing to honor Sarah is, hopefully, going to translate to better care for other patients. If I walk into a room knowing that I’m equipped with the tools and knowledge to make patient care better, it’ll all be worth it.”
Aaron Carman, GCMM’21, manages an IT platform for service delivery at Franciscan Alliance healthcare system. Learn how he is applying the Graduate Certificate in Medical Management to support his leadership’s vision to “run healthcare like a business.”
“In a new article published in Science, Assistant Professor of Marketing Helen Colby and a co-author note that it is time for many doctors to stop relying on their use of mental shortcuts, usually called decision rules or heuristics, when making decisions about patient care with limited cognitive resources.”