Brown University's Executive Masters Class Visits BVCHC

December 8th, 2014

Last week, Blackstone Valley Community Health Care was honored to welcome the inaugural class, in the Brown University Executive Master of Healthcare Leadership program, for a morning of shared best practices. This innovative program of study, brings together almost 30 healthcare leaders from across the US, to learn, collaborate and in turn, help to transform the healthcare industry. What many members of this class had a difficult time conceptualizing in the classroom, at BVCHC, they saw first hand how it can be applied in practice. To read the full article, visit ConvergenceRI.

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