Increase your ability to plan, lead and organize the effective delivery of health services in an ever-changing and increasingly challenging environment!
“The UCLA J&J program gave me the courage to go after my dreams in creating new solutions to benefit the safety net and its patient base, in spite of or perhaps, because of adversity. The vision and stories of success that were interspersed with our skills and community building throughout the two-week intensive program were both rich and powerful, necessary to fuel the tough road ahead."
CEO of Maine Community Health Options
Online Component: LIVE via Zoom
In-Person Component: UCLA Anderson
A firm commitment to participate in both the online and in-person components of the program is required.
Wednesdays and Thursdays from 9:00am - 1:45pm PST each week beginning on May 24 - June 8 and then again July 12-13, 2023.
7 Days In-Person at UCLA:
July 18 - 24, 2023
Johnson & Johnson defrays the majority of the program costs (tuition, training materials, lodging and meals). Each participant is responsible for a registration fee of $3,500, as well as their travel expenses (airfare and ground transportation) to and from Los Angeles for the in-person component of the program. Participants will be housed at one of the UCLA hotels on-campus. Upon admission, an invoice will be emailed and payment is due prior to attending the program.
The program will begin Online and held every Wednesday and Thursday, from May 24 through June 8, 2023 and then again July 12 and 13, 2023, and will run from 9:00am-1:45pm Pacific Standard Time.
Participants will then convene on the UCLA campus for the conclusion of the program from July 18 - 24, 2023. Lodging will be provided for confirmed participants at the UCLA Luskin Hotel and Conference Center.
A firm commitment to participate in both the Live Online and In-Person components is a requirement for admission into the program.
You can view a sample program schedule in the program brochure. The sample schedule is intended to be representative of the program structure and content. Times and sessions are subject to change.
The program is held once a year. The program will be offered in a hybrid format, part online and part in-person. The Online portion will be held from on Wednesdays and Thursdays from May 24 through June 8, 2023, and then again from July 12 and 13, 2023. All sessions will run from 9am - 1:45pm Pacific Time (8 days online) and conclude in-person on the UCLA campus from July 18 - 24, 2023.
The curriculum consists of practical tools, techniques and approaches to leadership and management relevant to community health centers and other community-based organizations. The curriculum has been designed to assist organizations in adapting to the rapid and radical changes in health policy, financing, service integration and technology steering health care today.
Several case studies from actual Community Health Centers are used to illustrate key concepts and enhance learning. Faculty members are drawn mainly from the UCLA Anderson school with additional faculty from other universities and other experts.
- Management Effectiveness: Making the Transition to Management/Leadership Role (Yvonne Randle)
- Leading and Managing Organizational Change (Robin Johnson)
- Using Behavioral Science to Influence Provider and Patient Behavior (Noah Goldstein)
- Techniques for Enhancing the Patient Experience (Uday Karmarkar)
- Diversity/Inclusion/Social Justice (Miguel Unzueta)
- Communications (Noah Goldstein)
- Negotiations (Jennifer Whitson)
- Strategy Development & Implementation for Community-Based Organizations (Al Osborne)
- A Look at the External Environment (Sunita Mutha)
- Program Monitoring and Evaluation (Gayle Northrop)
- Building Business Acumen: The Economic Way of Thinking (Victor Tabbush)
- Accounting and Finance (Eric Sussman)
- Medical Informatics (Jeffrey Guterman)
- Marketing for Community-Based Organizations (Hal Hershfield)
- Root Cause Analysis (Victor Tabbush)
- Operations Management for Efficiency and Quality (Kumar Rajaram)
- How to Make a Business Case for Your Health Initiative (Noah Goldstein)
- The Future of Health Policy(Gerald Kominski)
Online Learning Community
“The program presented me with two amazing opportunities— one, to learn, and two, time to be strategic. Too many times, as CEOs, we do not invest in ourselves. Unless we do, our organization will not be successful.”
CEO of HealthLinc
If you answered yes to any of these questions, consider applying to becoming a strategic consultant for the Price Center Management Development Programs for Community Based Organizations. You will be part of a team of 7-8 strategic consultants that works closely with program participants who are immersed in an intensive and accelerated management curriculum.
As a strategic consultant, you will be assigned a team which will consist of 5-7 participants. Each day, you will facilitate learning sessions focused on problem solving, strategy and leadership. You will also serve as a one-on-one coach for participants as they conduct organizational assessments, project planning and goal setting while developing and finalizing their organizational improvement projects. Ultimately, you will help participants generate a strategic plan which addresses an identified organizational weakness or a business opportunity that will advance the impact of the organization.
This experience offers a competitive salary, and will connect you with an incredible network of nonprofit leaders across the country, as well as to UCLA Anderson faculty members and fellow students.
Please contact Diana Hernandez at email@example.com for information on how to apply for this position.
“Times have changed and business as usual is over. With the full implementation of health care reform and an environment of diminishing resources, it is more critical than ever to be collaborative, effective and sustainable. The UCLA/J&J HCEP program offered me the unique opportunity to apply what I learned to transform BOOM!Health into a more comprehensive and impactful nonprofit agency committed to improving lives through health and wellness in the South Bronx."
President and Chief Program Officer, BOOM!Health
For more than 130 years, the Johnson & Johnson Family of Companies has aimed to keep people well at every age and every stage of life by blending heart, science and ingenuity to profoundly change the trajectory of health for humanity. At Johnson & Johnson, good health is the foundation of vibrant lives, thriving communities and forward progress. Today, as the world’s largest and most broadly based health care company, they are committed to using their reach and size for good. They strive to improve access and affordability, create healthier communities and put a healthy mind, body and environment within reach of everyone, everywhere.
UCLA/Johnson & Johnson Health Care Executive Program
Senior Program Manager
UCLA/Johnson & Johnson Health Care Executive Program
Phone: (310) 794-9559