About the Session

During this session, research on the development of public-private partnerships in Mexico, Brazil and central European countries will be used as applied examples of different healthcare models and to provide survey data on key management competencies needed to sustain these models. Faculty will share how the International Hospital Federation’s competency platform has been used to develop training programs to increase management performance. You also will hear about population health models in other countries and how they are being used in the development of global healthcare systems involving physicians and hospitals. Finally, current performance data will be used to suggest future courses of action for global healthcare management strategic partnerships. IHF suggests training in the areas of leadership, governance, quality assurance, patient safety and achievement of clinical outcomes. Several educational venues will be reviewed as examples for development of management competencies.

Learning Objectives:

  • Analyze existing public-private partnership models used by hospitals and physicians to enhance clinical outcomes and design sustainable ventures in countries outside the United States.
  • Understand the development of the IHF competency model and what specific management competencies are needed to implement new public-private partnerships.