Business of Medicine Pocket MBA Program 16 CME
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Business of Medicine “Pocket MBA”

This activity has been approved for 16.0  AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™

Eye opening material in course as I am a new leader in large healthcare organization.  I was 100% clinical and never thought much about business aspect of work. Clearly excellent tools provided in a short course which I will go thru again..”

The quickest way to take the next step in your healthcare career is to acquire the knowledge and skills to operate effectively in the business side of your work.  Participate in making decisions instead of being subject to them.  Learn the language of business and know how to use it to improve your work, and move up in your organization.  Business degree and certificate programs are available but they require a great deal of time and are extremely expensive .  This is your low cost solution that will deliver highly distilled MBA level knowledge in a highly relevant, use today.   This is the right knowledge at the right time and it it delivered to you anytime, anywhere, on any devise, at your own pace.


Don’t assume you already have the knowledge and skill, “You don’t know what you don’t know.”

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Why Doctors Need Leadership (Business) Training

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MBA level business skills:  Every business topic covered in an MBA program is discussed here and framed in relevant, use today terms.

The Business of Medicine CME program is delivered using a cutting edge virtual classroom.

  • Four courses, 16 hours.
  • On demand, at your own speed.
  • MBA level knowledge.
  • On any device, any network, anytime.
  • No expiration, keep your courses.
  • Return to review often. 

*CME credits provided by The Medical Society of Maryland – AACME Certified CME Partner

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Course Content

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Welcome to the Business of Medicine
Quality Leadership
Finance Tools of Healthcare
Leading Healthcare improvement
Business of Healthcare Leadership