Application, Program Dates, and Registration Fee Information
Community Health Centers (CHC's) may apply to attend the program as an individual or a 2-person team (consisting of the CEO and either the COO, CFO, or CMO, or comparable officials in your organization).
AIDS Service Organizations can learn more about the seperate application process by clicking here.
Johnson & Johnson defrays the majority of the program costs (tuition, training materials, lodging and meals) for both the participant and their co-participant. Participant(s) are responsible for a registration fee of $3,750 (fee does not apply to the co-participant). Participants and co-participants are also responsible for their travel expenses to and from Los Angeles and are housed on or near campus during the program. Upon acceptance, an invoice will be generated and payment is due prior to attending the program.
All classes and workshops take place at the UCLA Anderson School of Management on the beautiful UCLA campus.
Who Should Attend
Thirty-two participants from community health centers will be selected for the program. The program is designed for Chief Executive Officers, Executive Directors and others in the leadership team, such as Chief Operating Officer, Chief Medical Officer, and Chief Financial Officer. The program has particular applicability for those who have just, or soon will, assumed major management responsibilities. Organizations are encouraged to send multiple individuals from the leadership team to attend as a team of two.
Applicants must have a minimum of two years at their current organization or a similar organization. A fundamental element of the program is the required in-person involvement of the organization's Board or Community Coalition Chair. During the last 2½ days of the program, these "co-participants" collaborate with the executive of the organization to formulate the CHIP. (Please click here to learn more about the co-participant element of the program).
We invite you to apply for the 2015 UCLA/Johnson & Johnson Health Care Executive Program. Selection is based on the quality of applications submitted to UCLA. Final acceptance decisions are made by UCLA, which assures that each class is representative of community-based health care organizations nationwide in terms of geographic location, urban/rural mix, size and other demographic factors.
The HCEP program has been transformational for many executives and their organizations. To view a list of the organizations who have gone through the program, please click here.
Upon receipt of your application, you will be sent a confirming email. If you do not receive this email within three weeks after mailing your application, please call Diana Hernandez at (310) 794-9559 or email email@example.com. We look forward to receiving your completed application.