Atlantic Health System’s Administrative Fellowship is an opportunity to learn about the structure, operations, and goals of a not-for-profit, multi-hospital, teaching and community health system, while partaking in large-scale projects important to the organization. This one-year program is open to recent graduates from an accredited graduate program focused in health care administration who have demonstrated leadership, problem solving and creative thinking skills.
Administrative Fellowship Projects
Based on current needs, fellows will be assigned several high-visibility projects with increasing levels of responsibility that will allow them to have sustained impacts on the health system. These may involve:
- Data and analytics –
- Financial performance and value-based contracting
- Financial analysis –
- Profit and loss (P&L) analysis, business planning and budget analysis
- Innovation and digital health –
- Telemedicine, remote patient monitoring and electronic health record project management
- Project management –
- Exposure to projects with varying expected levels of responsibility
- Strategic planning –
- Health system network and Healthcare Transformation Consortium development
- Workforce management –
- Staffing efficiency and performance improvement
Fellows may have involvement in additional projects in the hospital, ambulatory, and physician practice settings as a result of frequent interactions with our leadership.