Its on! The Healthcare Management Mini-MBA is filling fast for October

This Fall’s Mini-MBA in Healthcare Management at Rutgers Business School is filling up fast. We’re gathering a cohort of 24 students, mostly front-line healthcare providers, who are interested in the non-clinical skills that support leading business strategy, innovation, financial decision making, and streamlining the complex administrative operations of our health system.

It’s a one-of-a-kind opportunity to 1 100% online view on legal issues, emerging standards of quality and accountability, that frame the interaction of patients, payers, providers, products, and public interest. If you can’t jump-in on this Fall’s program, enrollment is already open for March 2021 enrollment right here.

The teaching team on the course brings expertise in pharma, care, and insurance – and are folks who have built successful teams on the frontlines of healthcare.

·        Ben Sopranzetti, Vice-Chair, Finance and Economics, Rutgers Business School

·        Forrokh Langdana, Professor and Executive MBA Program Director

·        Gary Branning, President of MMR

·        Karl A. Braun, SVP, MMR and former GM of Pfizer Puerto Rico

·        Kenneth Freeman, Adjunct Professor of Finance

The course was filmed and edited by the Rutgers Business School, so students are able to replay lectures and apply skills in well-paced activities. Its 100% online, which grew out of a decade-long push by Rutgers to extend professional education as digital-first learning experiences. Participants get a truly polished academic product and have the opportunity to interact with a small group of healthcare leaders preparing to lead organizations in every corner of our industry.  If you’d like to join in, please get in touch. 

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