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Leadership Training in Health Care

Leadership Training & Development

Healthcare leaders and administrators are continually learning new ways to enhance the quality and efficiency of their organizations. These programs are specifically developed for leadership and management positions for clinicians.

Training includes tutorials on how to deliver feedback to health care staff, instruction for how to maximize the potential of their teams, and other valuable leadership skills.

Executive Leadership Development

University of Utah David Eccles School of Business created an executive education series to address real-world challenges for those working in business leadership positions. Eccles School of Business Executive Education classes provide tools for individuals to make an immediate impact on their organizations.

Classes can be taken individually, based on your needs, or together to earn one of our open enrollment certificates.   

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RUUTE, Rural & Underserved Utah Training Experience

The M.ED Podcast, Medical Education for the Practicing Clinician, is one of few podcasts that deliver free continuing medical education (CME), up to 10 hours per year, to you in 30 minutes or less. Get instant access to compelling conversations with your host, Kerry Whittemore, MD.  

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Telehealth Education

The Patient Connection

Patient care starts and ends with connection, whether it's in-person or virtual. Chief Medical Information Officer Maia Hightower, Medical Assistant Eileen Prats, and Physician Assistant Christin Van Dine share how a five element virtual visit is built on person-to-person human connection.

By Maia Hightower, Eileen Prats, and Christin Van Dine 

"Thank You for Being Human"

Transition to Virtual Care: Cardiovascular Center

Director Lora Stratton details how Utah’s Cardiovascular Center leveraged team creativity and rapid problem solving to make—and sustain—the shift to virtual care. Cardiologist Anu Abraham shares what it looks like in practice.

Anu Abraham and Lora Stratton

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How to Rapidly Become a Virtual Clinician

Many clinicians and patient support departments are taking a dive into virtual care. Whether by telephone, video, or chat, providers who never envisioned themselves as virtual clinicians are now suddenly just that. Veteran virtual clinician Jonathan Chao and new virtual provider Karly Pippitt share their experiences with what works.

By Jonathan Chao and Karly Pippitt

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Webside Manner: Three Core Competencies to Master

Just because we use technology every day doesn’t necessarily make us excellent virtual care providers. Melissa Briley, physician assistant at Redstone Health Center, shares three core competencies needed to master the delivery of high quality virtual care.

By Melissa Briley

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Designing a Virtual Clinic Workflow that Actually Works for Your Team

Chronic conditions do not pause for patients during a pandemic or in any other situation that makes travel prohibitive. In 2020 when faced with delaying the care of over 1,000 patients with neurological conditions, Susan Baggaley, Neurology Vice Chair and Ambulatory Chief Value Officer, and Vivek Reddy, Neurology Vice Chair and Inpatient Chief Value Officer, rapidly developed a new virtual visit workflow.

By Susan Baggaley and Vivek Reddy  

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