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Kelley School of Business Physician MBA faculty and alumni offering strategies, tools for healthcare workers Physicians and Kelley School of Business faculty are teaming up to offer a free webinar series to help guide healthcare professionals through the COVID-19 crisis. The series will offer expertise from Kelley School faculty who teach in the physician-only MBA…… Read more »
Pediatrician Autumn Orser, MD, MBA’19, was participating in a CMS initiative in Colorado when she realized she wanted to pursue an MBA.
Reuben Rutland, MD, MBA’16, is a trauma surgeon who thought his career path would eventually lead him to administration.
José Mitjavila, MD, MBA’19, discovered he wanted to be a doctor during his undergraduate studies at Indiana University, but it was during a clerkship rotation while at
IU School of Medicine that he knew what kind of doctor.
The sum of our careers can be imagined as several moments that shape our professional trajectory.
How do you move from being a regular, working physician to a leader who drives change?
Earning an MBA was something he’d always wanted to do. Jim Grant, MD, MBA’15, had been a practicing anesthesiologist for over twenty years when he decided to pursue the degree.
Rocky Singh, MD, MBA’15, had experienced a number of leadership and administrative roles throughout his medical career, but eventually he discovered a language gap.