The Academy GE Fellows Program Earns Masters Level Certification through The University of Providence


The Academy is delighted to welcome our next class of physician leaders into The Academy’s National Physician Leadership Program. The 34-person class joins from 15 health systems and will participate in coursework during the first half of the year - February through June 2019.

The deadline for the second 2019 class beginning in June, is Wednesday, April 11, 2019.


Aderonke Akingbola, M.D., VPMA, Ochsner Health System


With Leading Health Systems facing unprecedented challenges, including the need to more affordably and reliably deliver the quadruple aim, the need for reinvention has become evident. To assist in this effort, many organizations across the country have incorporated diversity & inclusion (D&I) frameworks.


This Fall, The Academy is inviting a select group of administrative and medical directors that oversee system-level cardiovascular services to participate in a Steering Committee. The purpose of the Committee is to explore the opportunity to assemble a formal Cardiovascular Service Line peer group.

The meeting will cover several topics of significant interest to executives of cardiovascular services including:


Alexandria, VA, August 27, 2018— The Health Management Academy (The Academy) is delighted to welcome Renee DeSilva as its next CEO.  As the company’s new chief executive, Renee will be responsible for strategy, business operations, growth, and talent management. Renee was appointed unanimously by The Academy’s Board of Directors.


The Health Management Academy invites Leading Health System executives to nominate high potential leaders to participate in The Academy’s leadership development programs. The Academy GE Fellows Program and The National Physician Leadership Program help organizations build leadership depth through a responsive and evolving curriculum informed by the strategic priorities of C-suite executives from the country’s largest health systems.


Alexandria, VA, June 14, 2018— The Health Management Academy (The Academy) is delighted to introduce Scott Nodolf, as SVP and Chief Customer Officer.  Scott will be responsible for health system and industry membership and service strategies.


From August 20-22, 2018, The Academy GE Fellowship will host its annual Crotonville seminar, a two-day meeting at GE’s Crotonville Leadership Institute in New York focused on improving leadership skills and competencies.

This year, the meeting will feature several prominent speakers from business and academia. Speakers and topics include:


The Academy reveals insights on real-world evidence from a survey of U.S. leading hospital systems’ oncology leaders