Online Courses in Health Care Innovation
What can you learn online about health care innovation? Improving health care can mean taking small steps to address root causes and growing your impact as you gather evidence of success.
Innovation can be as simple as laminated wayfinding cards for volunteers to help guide patients around a VA hospital. And it may be revising protocols for appointment scheduling, starting with a study of current practices. Penn MEHP online education learners have used course activities to begin improving health care in these ways and more.
Improving Health Care
Penn’s online education in health care innovation is designed for professionals looking to make a difference. Physicians, nurses, care coordinators, managers, directors, executives, and consultants may select the immediate, short-term learning of professional development courses. Or they may want to build a network of innovative thinkers over a longer, more extensive online Master’s degree in health care innovation.
The courses and curriculum provide context on health care that is unparalleled.
Improving the complex system of health care requires multiple perspectives and a collaborative effort. Develop skills in innovation and leadership with a network of change agents through the Master of Health Care Innovation. Or discover tools to implement now within your workplace through Professional Development courses.
MEHP’s Online Education programs bring together world-renowned faculty in health policy, innovation, operations, behavioral economics, and leadership to share insights and offer tools for improving health care. Learn through curated sets of engaging brief lectures by Zeke Emanuel, Roy Rosin, Christian Terwiesch, Kevin Volpp, and others from the Perelman School of Medicine, Penn Medicine Center for Health Care Innovation, Wharton, Carey Law School, and the School of Nursing.
Faculty News: Roy Rosin
Roy Rosin shares his insights into the role of health care innovation in a recent Becker's Hospital Review article. "Changing the way care is delivered remains challenging, but we've seen material improvements are well within our grasp. Helping reveal that new models have potential and are worth pursuing — often by enabling early evidence of what that different outcome looks like — means we can translate novel insights into actions, pilots and, ultimately, scaled practices," says Roy Rosin, Chief Innovation Officer at Penn Medicine. Explore innovation techniques and strategies in his course, Translating Ideas into Outcomes.