Those managers have taken what they’ve learned—health care specific financial management and teamwork skills, management insights and conflict-resolution strategies—and immediately applied their new knowledge to their respective workplaces. Our graduates have become the leaders their organizations need—and you can too.
The IHA Management Institute curriculum is comprised of 10 class sessions spread out over a six-month period. Classes are from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and meet at the O’Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs on the IUPUI campus, unless otherwise noted. Complete at least nine of the 10 sessions and you’ll qualify for the Certified Health Care Manager designation.
98 percent of participants are "very satisfied" with our program.
With an average class size between 35 and 40, you’ll have plenty of opportunities to interact one-on-one with your instructor, or work in small groups with your talented classmates. You’ll walk away from the Management Institute with new insight about how to manage—and with new professional connections to help you do so.
Institute tuition of $2,450 includes parking, course materials, refreshment breaks and lunch. Non-members may register at the rate of $2,950. As a reminder, an individual employed by an Indiana hospital member is considered a member of IHA.
The next session begins on July 7, 2020. Registration is now open!
View the complete class schedule for the July - Dec. 2020 session
LOCATION and TIMING:
All courses, unless otherwise noted, are offered from 9am - 4pm ET at the following IUPUI location:
The Paul H. O’Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs Executive Education Center
801 West Michigan Street
To qualify for the Health Care Manager Certificate, each participant must complete at least nine of the 10 scheduled courses. Credit for attendance will only be given for full-day participation.
Business casual attire is recommended unless otherwise notified.
For additional information, contact:
Director of Member Engagement
Indiana Hospital Association
O’Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs