Gain a strategic understanding of the major trends in health economics, population health and health policy. Apply your knowledge to improve the patient experience and the value of care delivered.
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In this unique four-part program, physicians and other clinicians will develop vital business skills and grow and apply their knowledge to improve the patient experience and the value of care delivered in their organizations.
Personal leadership: In this section, you'll learn to identify your strengths and limitations and will develop the leadership skills necessary to effectively lead others. By better understanding yourself, you'll be better prepared to motivate and manage those around you.
Larry Zielinski is the Program Designer for the Executive Development in Health Care Management program. Mr. Zielinski is joining the School of Management as executive in residence for health care administration. In this role, he will help formulate and execute the School’s strategy in health care administration. He will also identify opportunities in health care and business for the school to pursue in the form of new programs, partnerships, collaborations, development opportunities, and potential areas for scholarship and external engagement. Mr. Zielinski will also continue to teach multiple courses in health care administration.
Larry has led successful, market-dominant organizations in both health care and banking over the last 35 years. He runs a health care consulting practice and has served as president of Buffalo General Hospital, the flagship center of the Kaleida Health System, and president of the Visiting Nursing Association of Western New York. Prior to his health care career, Larry was a successful banking executive at Goldome, an $11 billion regional institution serving New York and Florida. His banking and finance background are a unique complement in today’s challenging world of health care economics.
He earned his MBA from the School of Management and a bachelor’s in sociology from UB. Larry also is a graduate of Harvard Business School’s Program for Management Development.