Charting the Future of Primary Care: A Case-Based Program

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Overview

The Harvard Medical School Center for Primary Care is hosting this first-of-its-kind program to introduce primary care and health system leaders to cutting-edge approaches to primary care from leading practices around the world. Using original cases, done in the style of Harvard Business School, participants will engage in discussions led by world-class faculty from Harvard Medical School, MIT's Sloan School of Management and Copenhagen Business School. Through these cases, participants will step into the shoes of leaders in primary care, analyzing and evaluating their decisions, challenges, and outcomes.

Attendees will engage and network with leaders from the high performing organizations profiled in the cases including:

  • Alaska's Southcentral Foundation (Katherine Gottlieb)
  • Camden Coalition of Healthcare Providers (Jeff Brenner)
  • Martin's Point Health Care-Bangor
  • Gezondheidscentrum de Roerdomp from the Netherlands.

Importantly, the learning won't end at the conclusion of the conference. When participants return to their organizations and tackle the challenges facing their teams, they will continue to receive support. Completion of the program will grant them access to an alumni network of respected leaders and ongoing learning through webinars and other offerings.

Request info or learn more: https://primarycare.hms.harvard.edu/case-based-program/

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