Meet the New Class of CHCF Health Care Leadership Program Fellows

Thirty-two clinical leaders have been selected to participate in the California Health Care Foundation's Health Care Leadership Program to expand their management skills and meet the challenges facing our state's health care system.

The leadership program is a part-time fellowship that offers clinically trained health care professionals hands-on opportunities to develop the decision-making, strategic planning, and executive skills they need to excel as multifaceted leaders.

California Demand for Primary Care Providers to Exceed Supply by 2030

UCSF Report Shows Potential Shortfall of 4,700 Clinicians as Soon as 2025

California is expected to face a statewide shortfall of primary care providers in the next 15 years, with acute shortages in the Central Valley, Central Coast and Southern Border areas, due to the uneven distribution of care across the state, according to a report by Healthforce Center at UCSF.

Safety Net Workers Embark on Leadership Journeys

This March, the ninth cohort of Clinic Leadership Institute Emerging Leaders launched in Tiburon, California. Over the next 18 months, participants will learn, share and grow into leaders who will help bring community health centers into the future.

Yearlong Community Clinic Initiative, "Managing to Leading," Kicks Off at Cedars-Sinai

Cedars-Sinai Medical CenterĀ is sponsoring an intensive leadership development program for local community clinic managers, hoping to prepare a pipeline of leaders well-equipped to guide their organizations through a challenging new healthcare landscape. The 29 participants in the "Managing to Leading" program will create and execute high-value organizational projects designed to improve their clinics' effectiveness in improving the health of the community. Cedars-Sinai selected Healthforce Center at UCSF to conduct the program's kickoff, which startedĀ Feb. 17.