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Academy for Healthcare Leadership Advancement Begins This Week at Cornell

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This week, emerging leaders from hospitals and health systems will gather on the Cornell University campus in Ithaca to begin the 2013 Academy for Healthcare Leadership Advancement.

This year’s program has reached full capacity, with participants representing health care organizations from every region of New York.  HANYS and The Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management at Cornell University first partnered in 2008 to deliver this unique program of leadership, management, and health care curriculum that culminates with Academy graduates earning a certificate from Cornell University.

This year’s opening program began Sunday, September 29, at Cornell, with participants receiving Ivy League training and insight on topics such as leadership development, competitive landscape and competitive strategy, service line profitability, and strategic decision-making, negotiation, and influence.  Six virtual classes follow the three-day program.  The three-day closing session and graduation will take place November 10-12 back at Cornell University. Contact: Terry August

Published October 2, 2013