This program helps established leaders develop creative solutions to the field’s most complex issues, driving positive change in an uncertain health care environment, to improve health for all.
The Johns Hopkins health executive education program provides the opportunity for stakeholders to learn essential leadership skills and develop evidence-based techniques to more effectively lead health care organizations or departments. Our programs are geared toward leaders — including health care executives, physician leaders, health officials, advanced practice providers and health care professionals — who wish to better leverage their skills in clinical practice, research and programmatic planning across different global health contexts.
By choosing Johns Hopkins for health executive education and training, clients will have access to our depth of knowledge, strategic insight, cutting-edge research, processes and techniques. Clients will have the opportunity to work alongside industry experts and world-renowned leaders from Johns Hopkins to become part of the next generation of leaders in medicine. This innovative program provides a customized combination of lectures, experiential exercises, simulations, small group conversations, personal feedback, panels and discussions with Johns Hopkins faculty and thought leaders.
Management and Operation
- Health care system overview
- Human resources
- Financial management
- Hospital IT infrastructure
- Multidisciplinary care
- Quality and safety
Education and Research
- Johns Hopkins Gene to Society Curriculum
- Residency and fellowship
- Faculty development
- Clinical and translation research
- Clinical research center operations
- Critical care medicine
- General surgery
- Geriatric medicine
Nursing, Pharmacy and Others
- Nurse Leadership Academy
- Pharmacy management
- Clinical engineering management
The Future of Medicine
- Precision medicine
- Population health
- Digital health and telemedicine
- Primary care and preventive medicine
- Workflow design and the Johns Hopkins Capacity Command Center
We provide both in-person and online solutions. In-person sessions are held at The Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, Maryland, United States, and last approximately one to two weeks. Online courses span from a one-hour webinar to a series of monthly workshops, depending on organizational needs.
After completing the program, I’ve been inspired to think about the entire discipline, not just one disease.
– Zhang Bao, M.D., director, urology department, Peking University Space Center Hospital
Deborah J. Baker, D.N.P., M.S.N., R.N.
Deborah Baker is the senior vice president for nursing for the Johns Hopkins Health System. She also serves as the vice president of nursing and patient care services for The Johns Hopkins Hospital.
Judy Huang, M.D.
Judy Huang serves as director of the Neurosurgery Residency Program. As a member of the board of directors of the American Board of Neurological Surgery, she plays an influential role in the training standards and certification of practicing neurosurgeons across the U.S.
Julianna Jung, M.D.
Julianna Jung is an assistant professor of emergency medicine and director of medical student education in the emergency medicine department. She is associate director of the Johns Hopkins Simulation Center.
Patrick C. Walsh, M.D.
Patrick Walsh is a professor of urology at Johns Hopkins. He is recognized internationally as a pioneer in the diagnosis and treatment of prostate cancer.
Charles Wiener, M.D.
As the president of Johns Hopkins Medicine International, Charles Wiener leads the organization in developing innovative collaborations that raise the standard of health care around the world and provide personalized care for diverse populations.
Stephen C. Yang, M.D.
Stephen Yang is a professor of surgery and medical oncology at Johns Hopkins. He is also associate vice chair for faculty development.