The Duke MBA
Duke Executive Education collaborates with Health Sector Management (HSM) faculty to deliver educational programs that address the complexities of today's health care sector. Taught by Fuqua's HSM faculty in combination with industry leaders, practitioners and researchers, the programs are designed to provide managers and executives opportunities to explore the most pressing and relevant issues and trends in the health care sector.
Our offerings include:
Navigating Health Care Trends
A 3-day program that brings together health care leaders into a collaborative learning environment. We will engage with faculty and leaders from across the health care sector to explore trends and anticipate impact from different perspectives, including payors, providers and manufacturers. Navigating Health Care Trends is valuable for anyone who influences corporate or product strategy. You will explore the disruptive forces impacting the current market leaders and how they will need to adapt in order to maintain market position. Learn more about the Navigating Health Care Trends program.
Tailored Educational Programs for Pharmaceutical or Medical Device Companies
Two- to 5-day programs that could include: an exploration of industry trends, strategic thinking and planning, product launch strategy, alliance management, and leadership development.
Tailored Educational Programs for Physicians
Programs of varying length which could include a focus on the following: financial statements, metrics, decision support tools, strategic planning, operations management, negotiations, and leadership.
Open Enrollment Programs
Duke Executive Education also offers a portfolio of open enrollment programs for leaders and managers at every stage of their careers. Taught by Fuqua School of Business faculty, these programs help organizations train and retain top talent in order to drive game-changing business results. These programs offer participants the chance to network in a diverse environment, explore new perspectives and practice new skills.