The Tennessee Medical Association recently announced a new partnership with the University of Tennessee, Knoxville's Haslam College of Business Physician Executive MBA program, reaffirming the organization's commitment to providing leadership training opportunities for its members and fostering a new generation of physician leaders.
The UTK Physician Executive MBA is a one-year program exclusively for physicians with a curriculum that emphasizes applied assignments, innovation, and financial acumen. More information is available at haslam.utk.edu/pemba.
Additionally, TMA recently announced the latest participants in the Physician Leadership Immersion Program, part of the John Ingram Institute for Physician Leadership. The 2017 class is made up of 12 physicians from across the state, including six from Middle Tennessee: Ranjan Chanda, MD, Natalie Dickson, MD, Karie McLevain-Wells, MD, Seenu Reddy, MD, MBA, Betsy Triggs, MD, and Laura Zeigler, MD. The program launches on July 28 and concludes with a September meeting in Nashville. Participants in the program will take part in both in-person and webinar group meetings to cover course material and will earn 30 hours of continuing medical education and a certificate in Physician Leadership.