Managing Ambulatory Health Care II: Advanced Course for Clinicians in Community Health Centers (MAHC2) is the second in a series of four Managing Ambulatory Health Care (MAHC) training courses offer
Managing Ambulatory Health Care II: Advanced Course for Clinicians in Community Health Centers (MAHC2) is the second in a series of four Managing Ambulatory Health Care (MAHC) training courses offer by the National Association of Community Health Centers (NACHC).
This intensive four-day program is designed specifically for health center clinicians (Medical Directors, Dental Directors, Behavioral Health Directors, other clinical leaders or managers) who have undertaken significant managerial responsibilities, yet are unable to take time away from the organization to complete a degree program in public health or health administration.
Prerequisites: Strong preference will be given to participants who have five or more years of management experience and/or have completed some management training in public health or health administration (which may include a previous MAHC course).
By the end of this course, participants will be able to:
- Identify and implement key strategies to achieve high performance at the health center.
- Examine the fiduciary role of the clinical leader and demonstrate knowledge of key health center financial and performance measures.
- Demonstrate the ability to make strategic decisions using appropriate data.
- Identify and apply effective leadership skills and competencies such as: demonstrating effective communication skills, building beneficial interpersonal relationships, distinguishing ways to adjust one’s leadership style based on the situation, and displaying the critical thinking skills and abilities to lead others toward common goals
17 (Monday) 8:00 am - 20 (Thursday) 3:00 pm
Omni Parker House
60 School Street