Certified Lifestyle Medicine Executive (MicroMasters)
Health systems around the world are confronting ever-rising costs, poor outcomes and economic inefficiencies. Thus, employment of Healthcare Administrators is projected to grow 20 percent from 2016 to 2026, much faster than the average for all occupations. As a large part of the population ages and people remain active later in life, there is increasing demand for individuals who can navigate this complex and changing landscape.
The Certifed Lifestyle Medicine Executive series will introduce learners to leadership frameworks and prepare learners to manage these complex issues in public health, healthcare systems, and related industries. Learners will be introduced to the skills required to prevent and address human disease through the use of lifestyle medicine and population-based healthcare delivery models that engage the individual, community and the larger society.
Learners will also examine how integrating an emphasis on value as the replacement of volume of services rendered in clinical care and public health practices is the desired goal of healthcare delivery.
Consisting of nine courses, this online certificate program provides you the evidence and research through video content and assigned reading. Interactive elements throughout the course provide tools for learning and check understanding of content presented. Each course could take 10-45 hours to complete.
AMA Category I CME credits are available for each course. For successful completion of each course, 10-45 Category I CME credits will be granted with 135 CME credits total available for all nine courses. Successful completion of the courses is defined as viewing all content and obtaining a score of 80% on all quiz questions.
Additionally, learners who successfully complete this MicroMasters series will earn 9 credit hours toward their MBA when they choose Doane's online MBA program.
- Essentials of Lifestyle Medicine and Population Health
- Population Health: Disease, Prevention and Management
- Healthcare Finance, Economics and Risk
- U.S. Healthcare Systems
- Health Informatics Techonology in Population Healthcare Analytics
- Principles of Health Law and Regulatory Issues
- Fundamentals of Advocacy in Health Policy
- Leading Organizational Change in Healthcare
- Applying Leadership and Strategy Fundamentals in Healthcare