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You don’t have to be a practitioner to have a career in health care

Learn how you can put leadership skills to work in an exciting, rewarding and dynamic field

case-mgt.jpgNot since 1965 has there been a more significant overhaul of the American health care system. With the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act comes a reshaping of the industry. As a result of these major changes, new opportunities emerge — opportunities to contribute in a meaningful field that is expanding quickly.

“The demand for thoughtful, effective leaders continues to grow as the healthcare industry evolves in response to government reforms,” said Dan Gross, Executive VP for Hospital Operations, Sharp HealthCare. “The UC San Diego Healthcare Leadership Program offers unique opportunities to enhance personal leadership skills, explore cutting-edge strategies and tools, and network with other up-and-coming leaders.”

Watch industry experts discuss the latest trends in healthcare, identify the most promising fields, and learn how to pursue new career pathways.

  • Dan Gross, DNS, executive vice president for Hospital Operations, Sharp Healthcare

  • Donald Kearns, MD, MMM, president of Rady Children’s Hospital

  • Nick Macchione, MPH, MS, director, Health & Human Services Agency, County of SD

  • Deizel Sarte, RN, BSN, MAS, chief operations officer, North County Health Services



To learn more about this program, and discover how a career in healthcare could complement your strengths, visit lhco.ucsd.edu.

Posted: 9/1/2015 12:00:00 AM by UC San Diego Extension | with 0 comments
Filed under: Degrees, Graduate-dgrees, Healthcare, Leadership, Masters


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