Hospital and health system leaders are invited to apply for the AHA's Health Care System Transformation Fellowship. The nine-month program strategically aligns with AHA's Value Initiative to provide training in leadership and value-based strategies to tackle the key issues and disruptors affecting health care affordability and cost. Fellows will learn skills to become leaders in value and practice these skills using real life challenges in their hospital or health system. Fellows also gain access to case studies, mentorship, and networking opportunities with their peers and experts. For more information, visit https://www.aha.org/HealthCareTransformationFellowship.

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