Who should attend
The Hospital Management Simulation course is addressed to European and Asian hospital managers and healthcare providers.
About the course
As the pace of change in healthcare continues to accelerate, managers must be leaders, adept at navigating the changing marketplace, and legal/regulatory and clinical worlds. The objective of the Hospital Management Simulation is to provide an opportunity to experience the challenges of executive leadership and strategic decision-making of a competitive multi-hospital environment.
The simulation embedded in this executive program is a realistic exercise that effectively simulates the complexity and intensity of the evolving hospital environment.
Why a simulation?
Simulations are a well-tested and effective means of instruction that have been employed in management education within business schools and industry since the late 1950s. They range from simple exercises such as in-baskets to comprehensive exercises in functional areas including marketing, finance and operations to complex total organizational models such as the Health System Simulation.
How was this developed?
The Hospital Management Simulation can count on the long lasting experience of the Mailman School of Public Health that in 2009 developed the Health System Simulation, and is now partnering with SDA Bocconi to offer participants this training hands-on exercise.
What you'll be working on
Participants collaborate in this comprehensive strategic exercise as the executive leadership team of a hospital. As hospital executives, they must analyze their institution’s overall strategic direction and make all decisions central to its successful operation including mission/ vision, service line mix, capacity, investment in quality (professional/ clinical, systems, etc.), patient/payer mix, marketing, staffing, financial structure, and so on.
Curriculum Vitae Monica Otto is SDA Professor of Public Management and Policy. At SDA Bocconi, she was the Director of the Master in Public Management (2010-2013 and of the Executive Master of Management in International Organizations (2015-2016). She coordinated the Pharmaceutical Observatory a...
Katherine Garrett is a consultant on performance measurement and improvement for not-for-profit organizations and a writer on health care policy and quality. Ms. Garrett has over twenty years' experience in the health care industry including five years as program designer and lead strategist for ...
Viviana Mangiaterra is SDA Associate Professor of Practice. Her collaboration with SDA Bocconi began in January 2019. She is a dedicated professional with a global career in international public health. Main focus of her work has been on strategic planning; policy development; health system stren...
Brant received her MPH degree from Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health with a concentration in health policy and management. Tara was part of the inaugural class to partake in the health simulation program and was hooked. She has been part of the simulation team for the past 10 ye...
Received her B.A. from Princeton University. She was a history major, concentrating in American and African-American Studies. She received her J.D. from St. John’s University School of Law, her Master’s in Public Health from Harvard University and her Master’s in Education from Columbia Universit...
John S. Winkleman teaches Healthcare Marketing and is the director of the Consulting Practice as well as the Health System Simulation. He is also a senior judge for the annual Healthcare Management and Delivery Case Challenge and faculty for Practicum Day. He is an adjunct faculty member at Fordh...
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