The Rotman School has developed an exciting new workshop focused on the strategies and operations of private ophthalmology clinics. These clinics, owned and operated by physicians, are becoming increasingly important in many provinces in Canada, as governments seek to contain healthcare costs by shifting ambulatory procedures out of hospitals into lower cost clinics that provide patients with quicker access and a fuller range of products and services than is currently offered by the public system.
- Improve their understanding of the public policy environment across Canada regarding private surgical clinics
- Learn the basics of financial modeling of capital and operating costs for running a private clinic
- Develop a deeper understanding of regulatory requirements for clinic architecture, marketing strategies and a range of operational tactics by listening to experts in the field
Sponsored by Johnson & Johnson Vision
During this workshop, you will:
- Deepen your understanding of policy making and politics of provincial funding and regulation and their likely impact on your institutions;
- Learn from successful strategies of leaders in ophthalmology across Canada;
- Develop your personal leadership and management skills;
- Enhance your personal network of ophthalmology leaders across Canada
How to Apply
This program is now closed for applications. Please check back in the summer of 2018 for information on a future offering. If you have any questions about the program, please contact Arline Blackwood at firstname.lastname@example.org.