From the need to improve health outcome metrics, to strategic changes resulting from different payer groups and reimbursement models, to the vast quantities of health data that could be used to aid diagnosis and treatment, healthcare leaders need to engage their constituents in new technologies and service delivery approaches.
Our faculty at the Center for Management Innovations in Healthcare have been working with providers in addressing some of these more pressing developmental needs, and are ready to work with you on your healthcare management challenges.
Creating the Future of Healthcare
Executives learn to create an actionable vision that anticipates what the future of healthcare will look like. By integrating new technologies, analytics, and new business models, program participants enhance their long-term competitiveness.
Managing Healthcare Delivery
We help leaders become truly accountable for financial and medical outcomes. Our unique action learning approach allows participants to implement the learnings and boost business performance.
Innovating in Healthcare
Eller Executive Education has embedded design thinking into our program delivery to help you navigate and innovate through the uncertainty of an industry in flux. Our faculty have been working with global healthcare providers at solving current challenges by embedding novel business practices in practical and experiential sessions.
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Stephen Gilliland is the Executive Director of the Center for Management Innovations in Healthcare and holds the Peter and Nancy Salter Chair in Healthcare Management. He has served a variety of leadership roles in the Eller College including Vice Dean, Associate Dean of Executive Education, head of the Department of Management and Organizations. Stephen’s research merges psychological, social, and managerial issues. He has authored over 50 journal articles and book chapters and has developed and taught numerous executive leadership programs focused on healthcare entrepreneurship, human resource management, business ethics, and social entrepreneurship. Stephen received degrees from the University of Alberta and Michigan State University (Ph.D., 1992). He is Chairman of the Board of St. Joseph’s hospital in Tucson and also serves on the Board of Directors of Agape Hospice in Tucson.