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Vanderbilt Launches Two New Executive Programs

Apr 6, 2015 Courses cover healthcare delivery, private wealth management

The Executive Development Institute at Vanderbilt University's Owen Graduate School of Management has announced the launch of two executive programs, covering topics in healthcare delivery and private wealth management.

The first program, "The Future of Health Care Delivery," is a one-day course that intends to help healthcare executives navigate the changes in the industry since the introduction of the Affordable Care Act and the expansion of Medicare. It will focus on issues in evolving customer preferences in healthcare, along with operational models, and big-picture challenges. This program is aimed at physicians and nurse leaders, along with hospital consultants and IT professionals who work in the industry. It's set to launch on April 30th.

Secondly, Vanderbilt's new "Private Wealth Management Series: Managing Family Trusts" will focus on the human side of trust integration. Over the course of two days, the program will introduce the communication skills and processes that enable family trusts to be a source of long-term happiness and well-being. It's aimed at a variety of participants, including family members who are in the role of grantor, trustee, or beneficiary; along with professional trustees and family office executives. This program will launch on June 8th.

For more information, please see the Vanderbilt - Owen's Executive Development Institute webpage.

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