Population Health Management is a recognized solution to improving quality of care and reducing health care costs. Currently, there are limited pathways for training clinical and administrative leaders in population health management. To address this, Mass General Brigham Population Health created the Population Health Fellowship and Resident Elective Rotation. These comprehensive learning and educational programs provide direct experience and leadership development opportunities to spark innovation for the next generation of Population Health leaders.
The 2023 Population Health Management (PHM) Fellowship application period is now open! This one-to-two-year program is offered to graduating residents who are board-eligible. In this program, each Fellow spends roughly 30% of their time doing clinical work, with the remainder of the time spent focusing on operational framework, programmatic infrastructure, didactic training and working closely with Population Health clinical leaders. The objective is for each Fellow to gain an understanding of the context for population health and an expertise in developing, implementing, and analyzing population health management strategies.
To apply, please send the completed application form and any auxiliary materials to: email@example.com.
Following completion of the Population Health Leadership Fellowship, the Fellow will be able to:
This two or four week program provides residents with an introduction to population health. During the rotation, each resident spends time shadowing clinical leaders to learn about the context for and the development and implementation of population health management programs. The resident will be immersed in a Core Program of their choosing, developing a foundational knowledge of population health and leaving with a strong understanding of systematic approaches to program operations. Population Health accepts up to ten residents for this program each year.
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