“My participation in this program, particularly in understanding the importance of collaborative efforts to improve care and developing my strategic thinking skills, has helped me with implementing changes within my own practice.”

“The case-based discussions were great. I loved having the guest lectures from HBS and learning more advanced systems.”

Executive Education Program


May 4- May 6, 2017
Boston, Massachusetts


Rising health care costs, aging populations, and waning patient satisfaction rates are just a few of the daunting obstacles that confront primary care teams. If your clinic struggles to navigate financial constrictions and restrictive payment models, you’re not alone.

During this intensive, three-day executive education program, Harvard faculty will lead attendees in case-based discussions featuring exemplar practices from around the world. A high profile leader from each organization will be in attendance, allowing attendees to have in-depth conversations with some of today’s leading minds in primary care.

The program already has a proven record of success impacting practices. Past attendees include chief medical officers, nurse practitioners, health system leaders, innovators, and entrepreneurs focused on primary care.



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