UCLA/Johnson & Johnson Head Start Management Fellows Program
Head Start directors from around the country convene at UCLA Anderson for the UCLA/Johnson & Johnson Head Start Management Fellows Program, a two-week, comprehensive management training program taught by UCLA Anderson faculty in the areas of finance, accounting, strategic planning, organizational development, marketing, and operations.
UCLA/Johnson & Johnson Health Care Executive Program
The UCLA/Johnson & Johnson Health Care Executive Program (HCEP) is a two week summer management and leadership development program for executive directors of community-based health care organizations. Participants, senior executives from community-based health care organizations, engage in a rigorous but relevant curriculum that provides the requisite skills, knowledge and abilities to successfully manage their organizations.The HCEP is especially designed and valuable for community health centers that need to prepare for and adapt to the Affordable Care Act (ACA).
UCLA/Johnson & Johnson Health Care Institute (HCI)
Our Mission: Strengthen managerial capacity of agencies, so they can provide more effective health education and prevention programs to the children and families they serve.
Our Strategy: Train the Trainers in agencies to: 1) Develop strategic management tools to assure successful implementation of health education programs; and 2) Provide culturally sensitive, low literacy materials that engage and empower agency staff & families to participate actively in health decisions.
The UCLA/ Johnson & Johnson Health Care Institute (HCI) is a comprehensive approach to health empowerment for Head Start parents, children and staff with an array of programs targeting key health issues. The HCI's methodologies of training have been proven to make valuable long-term differences in the lives of Head Start families.
Since HCI's inception in 2001, it has reached over 65,000 parents in 45 states, 7 different languages and 10 ethnicities nationwide on how to treat everyday childhood illnesses at home, easing the burden on local emergency room and clinics. HCI has shown a significant decrease in school days and work days missed, 29% and 42 % respectively. After families were trained, there was a 42% decrease in doctor/clinic visits and a 58% decrease in emergency room visits. At an average cost of just $80 per family trained, the training has achieved remarkable results. The UCLA/HCI studies show that training 10,000 families using the Health Care Institute's methodology can lead to a total cost savings of nearly $5.1 million to Medicaid in direct costs associated with unnecessary ER and clinic visits annually.
Please contact us to see how we can help you engage your families, staff and communities!
UCLA/Johnson & Johnson Management Development Institute (MDI)
The UCLA/Johnson & Johnson Management Development Institute (MDI) for Health Care Organizations is a one-week intensive program designed to enhance the leadership and management skills of program managers and leaders of sub-Saharan African organizations, governmental and non-governmental, that are devoted to delivering health care serivces to underserved populations. The program has been specifically designed to assist African Ministries of Health in implementing their particular national health priorities. The program has been designed by by world-class management faculty from the prestigious UCLA Anderson School of Management at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) and by leaders of the African Medical and Research Foundation (AMREF). The MDI is delivered by instructors from UCLA, AMREF and by outstanding faculty from other African universities, including the Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA), and the Graduate School of Business at the University of Cape Town (UCT).