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Kelley School of Business Launches Business of Medicine MBA
Date:3/19/2013

INDIANAPOLIS, March 19, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- To address the leadership needs of a rapidly changing healthcare system, Indiana University Kelley School of Business in Indianapolis has launched the Business of Medicine MBA to prepare practicing physicians nationwide to assume unprecedented management roles.

The specialized two-year program will begin in September 2013, delivered as a hybrid – 50 percent online, 50 percent through weekends in residence. This approach recognizes the demands on physicians' time. By combining residential and online experiences, students are assured the professional interaction central to a full MBA experience, while ensuring the program is accessible to physicians anywhere in the U.S. The new program will draw on Kelley's expertise in healthcare and life sciences, lean six sigma, consumer health behavior, supply chain, teaming and leadership. It will incorporate the longstanding and considerable experience of Kelley Direct, which was started in 1999 as the first online MBA program from a top-ranked business school. 

Kelley's targeted Business of Medicine MBA recognizes the pivotal role that "physician leaders" will play in an industry grappling with historic upheaval. Challenges span the institutional spectrum, including implementing the Affordable Care Act, reducing costs while improving patient outcomes, enabling innovation under cost pressures and managing the migration of private practices into larger medical networks.

"Our Business of Medicine MBA bridges what has been the traditional divide between management and physicians on the front lines of care," said Idalene Kesner , interim dean of the Kelley School of Business. "With this degree, physician leaders will emerge with the full skillset to transform individual
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