CPCA's HealthManagement+ Program

As a part of CPCA’s mission to provide community health centers with training opportunities to help them succeed in the ever-changing health care landscape, we have partnered with the Kiely Group to deliver a cutting edge, constantly updated Management Training Program for current and future primary care leaders.  

We know that you have leaders at all levels of your health center and that you want to provide them with the skills that they need to effectively manage in this new era of health care. 

“I have seen real growth in our employees who have been through the program -- more confidence, improved analytical skills, better communication skills.  There has been a real need for management training for mid-level managers in health centers.  This training fulfills that need.”
--Robin Affrime, MPH
Chief Executive Officer, CommuniCare Health Centers

The program will consist of 5 Webinars and 5 in-person days of training throughout the year. A cohort of 35 participants will be selected from a pool of applicants. All accepted participants are required to attend all learning opportunities in order to receive a certificate of completion.

 

2017 Cohort 6 Dates

February 2-3, 2017 In-person session in Sacramento
March 7, 2017 Webinar
April 4, 2017 Webinar
May 25-26, 2017 In-person session in Sacramento
June 13, 2017 Webinar
August 1, 2017 Webinar
August 22, 2017 Webinar
September 28-29, 2017 In-person session in Sacramento

 

Cost per participant: $2,700 due upon acceptance into the program. 

The CPCA/KGi Learning Model:

The Kiely Group believes leadership development has to achieve five outcomes before ensuring that a real impact has occurred. These five elements are:

K: New Knowledge is acquired
A:  Attitudes and beliefs have been shifted or confirmed
B: The new information manifests itself in new Behaviors
S: The new behaviors are Sustainable
S: The new learning is Spreadable to others

The program will include learning in many content areas that include: 21st century perspective tools, and knowledge about such topics as operations, finance, technology, organizational capacity, leadership and management, strategy and planning, understanding the external environment, influence and communication, performance management, critical thinking and judgment, innovation, problem solving, sense making, project management, building human networks, and many additional topics. Our purpose is to give you cutting edge information and practical tools your staff can use immediately.

Questions: Contact the CPCA Training Team at training@cpca.org with any questions regarding the program.


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