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American Hospital Association Health Care Transformation Fellowship

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American Hospital Association
Aug 10, 2018

The AHA Health Care Transformation Fellowship is an intensive, 9 month fellowship program to provide healthcare leaders with information and skills to implement innovative healthcare delivery and payment system models.

The key components of the fellowship will include:

  • In-person learning retreats
  • Leadership training
  • Mentorship
  • Speaker sessions
  • Fellowship learning project and action plan
  • Webinars and case studies

Required attendance dates are listed in the application instructions.


Fellowship applicants come from a variety of clinical, strategy and operational backgrounds and represent diverse healthcare settings from across the AHA Membership. Ideal Fellows include individuals leading departmental, organizational, and/or system-wide transformation efforts focused on culture change, value-based care, and population health

Geographic coverage
Amount of funding

Tuition cost is $9,500 per Fellow. Space is limited to 40 individuals.

Tuition includes:

  1. All program materials for learning retreats and webinars
  2. Meals during learning retreats
  3. Registration for the 2019 AHA Annual Meeting and the 2019 AHA Leadership Summit
Application process

Links to additional guidance are available on the program website when applications are being accepted.

Email completed applications to

Tagged as
Health information technology · Healthcare quality · Hospitals · Leadership · Networking and collaboration · Population health · Reimbursement and payment models · Service delivery models

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