Business of Leadership  Pocket MBA

This activity has been approved for 16 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™

This is a unique opportunity.  It is the only 100% business skill program using the latest “virtual classroom” IT available to all healthcare practitioners.  The syllabi for the four courses in this program is displayed below and form the cornerstone of most MBA programs.  They are presented in a need to know, highly distilled, and relevant form accessible on any smart device including your phone so that it travels to you, with you, and is available whenever you have time to learn.  Make sure you take advantage of the platform’s social media components to connect with your classmates and make new friends.

The 4 courses were created by a team of business trained physicians who spent careers seeing patients and understand what you need to succeed in practice. 

The four courses that comprise the Business of Medicine Program include:

Quality Leadership for Physicians 4.0 CME

  • Chronological scoring of your leadership style
  • Leadership characteristics
  • Leadership activities
  • Managing employees
  • Employee and patient engagement
  • Leading teams and team dynamics
  • Running successful meetings
  • Strategic planning
  • Competitive analysis
  • Business planning

Finance Tools of Healthcare Leadership 4.0 CME

  • Healthcare Reimbursement
  • Defining physician work
  • RVU breakdown
  • Compensation bench-marking
  • Medicare compensation conversion rates
  • Contract fluency
  • Financial literacy
  • Reading financial statements
  • Financial statement analysis
  • Healthcare accounting
  • Healthcare budget formation
  • Budget variance analysis – under/over
  • Financial strategic decision making

Leading Improvement 4.0 CME

  • History of data driven improvement
  • Improvement applied to healthcare
  • Root cause analysis
  • Data collection and analysis
  • Graphs and diagrams
  • Clinical Practice Improvement method
  • Short cycle improvement (PDSA) method
  • Calculating the return on improvement investments
  • Learning to sustain improvement over time

Business of Leadership 4.0 CME

  • Capital management
  • Return on investment calculation
  • Time value of money
  • Finding capital 
  • Cost of capital 
  • Evaluate a new practice opportunity
  • Negotiation basics
  • Advanced negotiation – before, during, and after
  • What needs to happen in your first year to be happy long term
  • Build a BATNA as a negotiation strategy
  • Mentoring program – Why, What, How, Value 

The program is monitored by instructor/mentors who reach out to students frequently to discuss what is being learned.

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