Management Institute
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Become the leader your organization needs.

In 1982, IHA partnered with the Indiana University School of Public and Environmental Affairs to create the Management Institute. Since its founding, more than 1,300 hospital managers have graduated from the Management Institute.

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. 



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*NEW* Virtual Curriculum Begins September 15

Each of the ten courses will include approximately four hours of online, self-study including recorded lectures, self-assessment​s, videos, supplemental readings and/or postings to discussion boards to promote engagement among the participants and with the instructor. These materials are a prerequisite to the interactive, online session. The two-hour interactive session will provide live engagement with the instructor and fellow participants. Activities could include review of self-study material, small group activities and case studies, Q&A, and self-reflection and application exercises. The Zoom session will meet from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. ET. 

To qualify for the Health Care Manager Certificate, each participant must complete at least nine of the 10 scheduled courses. 

Six CEU units will be awarded upon completion of all ten courses.​

For individual class descriptions, ​download this document or visit O'Neill School's page

98 percent of participants are "very satisfied" with our program.

Small Classes

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.

Tuition

Institu​te tuition of $2,450. 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.

Registration

The next session begins on September 15, 2020. Registration is now open!

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LOCATION and TIMING: ​​
Each of the ten classes contain an independent study prerequisite that will take approximately four hours to complete, as well as a two-hour virtual class session that will be conducted via Zoom from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. ET. 

ATTENDANCE:
To qualify for the Health Care Manager Certificate, each participant must complete at least nine of the 10 scheduled courses. 

For additional information, contact:
Laura Gilbert
Director of Member Engagement​
Indiana Hospital Association
Phone: 317-423-7793
Email: lgilbert@IHAconnect.org

or

Barbara Fisher
Assistant Director
O’Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs ​​
Phone: 317-274-3418
Email: ExecEduc@iupui.edu