Monday, March 6th

4:00 p.m.

Health System Registration


From May 15-18 in Dallas, TX, The Academy Big Data Collaborative (May 15-17) and Population Health Collaborative (May 16-18) will overlap, bringing experts from Leading Health Systems together to discuss population health analytics challenges, opportunities, and best practices.

In recent Big Data and Population Health Collaboratives meetings, members requested an opportunity to meet together, and expressed interest in diving deeper into population health analytics and ways in which both groups advance emerging care delivery models.


The Academy is excited to announce the 2019 Classes of The Academy GE Fellows Program. Hailing from 28 different Health Systems, the 2019 Administrative, Finance, Physician, and Nurse Fellows bring a wealth of diverse experiences, knowledge and ambitions to the Fellowship.

The 2019 Fellows have identified auspicious and impactful objectives for their time in the Fellowship, including:



The Academy’s Big Data Collaborative will convene from February 6-8, at the Royal Palms Hotel in Phoenix. The meeting, which will include 21 Leading Health Systems from around the country, will review a wide array of topics, including enterprise analytics, machine learning, and population health analytics. Read below for a preliminary list of highlights for the meeting:





From March 6-8, in Washington, D.C., The Academy’s CNO Forum will convene Chief Nursing Officers from the nation’s Leading Health Systems. Participating organizations have similar challenges and opportunities by virtue of their size, focus on integration, and prominence in their communities. Read below for a preliminary list of highlights for the meeting as well as a list of the 26 CNOs signed up to attend (see PDF link below).


Health System Only Sessions



This February, 22 early-career physician executives will begin the Academy Physician Leadership Program. The class, represented by fourteen health systems, will meet three times over the next six months. 

Ted Boyse, M.D.
Chief, Community Division, Duke Radiology
Duke Health

James Burke, M.D.
VPMA, Southern California Region Physician Network
Adventist Health (CA)


The Academy is excited to announce a new forum for Chief Learning Officers from Leading Health Systems. 

The formation of The Academy Chief Learning Officer (CLO) Forum came at the recommendation of The Academy Chief Human Resource Officer (CHRO) members. The rapid evolution of the healthcare industry has elevated the need for innovative strategies around leadership development, succession planning, integration, and learning through technology. Consequently, the Chief Learning Officers at large integrated health systems have assumed a larger and more strategic role.


The Health Management Academy (The Academy) has formed a strategic partnership with Providence St. Joseph Health, Southern California Region Orange County / High Desert, for an on-site Physician Leadership Program.



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Celebrate 10 Years of Advancing Healthcare Leaders Together; Renew Continued Collaboration through 2020