The customized Master of Science in Non Profit Leadership and Population Health Management (NPLPHM) program at PCOM is designed to enhance leadership skills that are critically important in the evolving landscape of population health.HOW TO APPLY
If you're a professional looking to enter the field of non profit leadership and population health management, this program is designed for you. Students are engaged in learning that focuses on leadership, administration, and the challenges and opportunities inherent in the emerging field of population health practice today. Graduates of the program will emerge with a better understanding of how to successfully manage change in the fast-moving arena of population health organizations.
The program's action learning orientation develops leaders who have an understanding
of population health management systems and ideology; embrace collaboration to achieve
desired results; have the ability to lead organizational change; intentionally learn
and leverage innovation and social entrepreneurship as an applied ideology, and engage
in reflective practice to continually develop and enhance their performance as practitioner-scholars.
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Classes will be held at Woods Services in Bucks County, Langhorne, PA.REQUEST PROGRAM INFORMATION
Learn more about managing and leading population health organizations.
Be at the forefront of a new wave of integrative leadership approaches in human services delivery for the emerging field of population health leadership.
Learn to lead change from anywhere in the organization as an adaptive leader.
Enhance communication and interpersonal skills that mobilizes people to action.
Be more effective at leveraging relationships, identifying and activating social networks , and building partnerships for meaningful and sustainable results.
Utilize collaboration as a key strategy to achieve meaningful and sustainable results.
Learn more about program development and necessary alignment with the funding environment.