Innovative Leaders Program CAHI in its IV Module
INCAE, February 4, 2015. Today the Central American Healthcare Initiative (CAHI) began the fourth training module of the CAHI Innovative Leaders Program at the Walter Kissling Gam campus of INCAE Business School in Costa Rica. This last module is based on the final presentation of the projects and the graduation of the first class of innovative leaders CAHI.
The program seeks to provide the necessary tools and support the development of administrative and leadership capacities that are required for the implementation, scalability or replication of innovative projects that improve access to health care among the most vulnerable population in Central America.
As part of the closing activities of the first CAHI Innovative Leaders program, on Friday, February 6, the presentation "The Dartmouth Health Care Atlas" will be held at the Crowne Plaza Hotel Corobicí by Dr. David Goodman, MD , MS from Dartmouth University. In addition, the Executive Director of CAHI, Luis Figueroa and the Academic Director of CAHI, Andrea Prado, will present on CAHI's programs: Health Management, CAHI Innovative Leaders and the Research Center.
This module of the program will feature renowned INCAE academics, such as Luis Sanz, María Elena Carballo, and Andrea Prado. The evaluation of the final projects will be in charge of renowned academics and high-level professionals such as Roy Zúñiga, Professor at INCAE, Alcira Castillo, Professor at the University of Costa Rica; Nathan Bertelsen, Professor at the University of New York and Alberto Mora, Coordinator of the State of the Region Report.
CAHI is a network of private institutions working together to promote the leadership and innovation capacities necessary to improve the quality and efficiency of health services in Central America. For more information about CAHI and its lines of work: www.ca-hi.org
To follow the activities of the fourth training module and the talk by Dr. David Goodman, you can visit the CAHI Facebook page, or contact Amanda Segovia at email: firstname.lastname@example.org or to the 2437-2176 phone.