The potential to transform healthcare has never been greater, but demands a new type of leader. Creating a culture of health and well-being in this country requires more than clinical or administrative skills. We need leaders who can think critically, create collaborative environments and actively involve communities, patients and families in their own care. This new environment requires leaders with expertise in health and well-being and business acumen. They also need the leadership skills to advance change throughout their own organizations and beyond.
The Leadership Program in Health and Well-Being at Duke University is designed to create this new type of leader for the future of medicine — one grounded in the philosophy of health and well-being. Graduates of this program will join a national cadre of leaders dedicated to transforming practice and improving the health of the nation; leaders who fully embrace a personalized approach to comprehensive medical care that optimizes health.
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