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

li>Integrative and system-level perspective.  Building knowledge of how external forces (e.g., economic, political, regulatory, competitive, environmental, cultural) shape management alternatives, system-level strategies and operational decisions.
  • Comprehensive leadership.  Coalescing people, processes and resources to work together to achieve goals around performance excellence, adapting new approaches and sustaining a culture of high quality and safe care.  
  • Team collaboration.  Encouraging and managing diverse views from across different professional roles and different cultural, ethnic, economic and stakeholder groups; leading teams to effectively accomplish shared goals. 
  • Ethical decision making.  Recognizing ethical and related legal issues arising in patient-care delivery and across the industry – and formulate, articulate and defend alternative solutions.
  • Effective communication. Expressing ideas and facts in a variety of oral, written and visual communications.
  • Professional skill and personal development.  Aligning personal and organizational conduct with ethical and professional standards that include responsibility to the patient, organization and community, a service orientation and commitment to lifelong learning.
  • Full-time Faculty Noted for Cross-Industry Expertise, Experience Teaching Online

    The new Business of Medicine MBA program will be taught by the Kelley School faculty, which is nationally recognized for functional expertise and experience across the healthcare continuum, including those from the school's respected Center for the Business of Life Sciences.  Kelley Direct, Kelley Executive Partners – the Kelley School's executive education arm – and Kelley's part-time MBA program are all involved. Program participants will maximize the use of mobile te
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