Leadership Strategies for Information Technology in Health Care

This is the executive education program to attend if you want to drive health IT performance and value. By attending this program you will gain a thorough understanding of the health IT function and develop strategies to improve health care with information technology.

At Harvard's Leadership Strategies for Information Technology in Health Care, you will:

  • Improve your ability to increase quality, decrease costs, and advance patient safety through health information technology
  • Enhance your leadership skills, focusing on strategies and tactics to enact change
  • Engage with expert faculty and industry executives, gaining practical skills and learning best practices
  • Develop your organization’s health IT strategic vision, proactively addressing challenges posed by the changing health care landscape

This program is designed for senior managers and executives who are responsible for developing and implementing health information technology strategy in their companies as well as executives, administrators, clinicians, and other stakeholders involved in health IT. 

“This is, by far, the most relevant and advanced program I’ve ever attended in the field of health IT.”

–Richard Ong, MBA
Vice President and Chief Information Officer
Saint Vincent Health System