The AHA and AMGA invite their members to join a learning collaborative on developing and advancing clinical enterprises in an uncertain and dynamic environment for hospitals, health systems and medical groups. The AHA-AMGA Learning Collaborative is a national-level comprehensive program that addresses critical success factors such as leadership, culture, infrastructure, resilience and well-being, execution, alignment, reimbursement and physician compensation. The collaborative will begin in February 2019 and end in June 2020. Applications are due Sept. 14. View more information and register.

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